Re: Rutgers (was: Re: IQ AND RACE. The taboo subject.)
9 Feb 1995 23:27:59 -0500
firstname.lastname@example.org (Stephen Lajoie):
| In my first response to this thread, long ago, I stated that there was
| serious reasons why one could not say that IQ was related to race.
| Later on, I stated that many professors are muzzled by political
| pressure to not state the obvious; that race and IQ are correlated. I
| knew very well that many professors will tell you they are not related
| public, and but admit that there is a correlation in private when they
| felt it was safe. They fear for their jobs.
| The response to my claim was that this evidence was anecedotal. That
| was no proof. I remembered that there had been cases of extreme
| pressure put on profs who admitted the truth in public, but I couldn't
| remember when.
| Well, the is a case in the news now. Francis Lawrence, president of
| Rutgers university, said that SAT scores were unfair because black
| students lacked the genetic and hereditary background needed to score
| high on them.
| He's taken it back, he said he mispoke, he apoligized, but the clamor
| for his firing still goes on. He is under a great deal of political
| pressure to quit or be fired. ...
And I assume, either from your lack of a proper education or your
inability to utilize a *spell-checker*, that you are placing yourself in
the same bin as Lawrence's evolutionary illiterate?
Just a thought.