Re: Race, intelligence, and anti-racist prejudice (Was: Genetic Evolution)

Wed, 29 Mar 1995 14:12:01 GMT

I haven't read "Bell Curve" mainly because I'm sure it would be
over my head; still, there's something I'd like to have answered
if anyone has the time...

If this book compares blacks to whites doesn't it assume that
blacks are a group not possessing any significant amount of
white genes?

We've all seen blacks of exceedingly fair skin, fine hair, etc.
How does the book account for them?

If for example, you or I were to father a child with a black
woman, could we expect that child to score significantly less
on IQ than a child delivered of a white woman?