Re: What Are the Race Deniers Denying?

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11 Nov 1996 01:32:19 -0800

In article <565ba7$f6c@informer1.cis.McMaster.CA>, Laura says...
>Well, I posted this weeks ago, and it was a response to your
>excitement when I posted a list of names of people who are
>tenured university faculty engaged in and publishing racist
>science and/or philosophy. If you want to track it backwards,
>try Dejanews.
>Mommy Professor
Is this the post to which you are referring?

Subject: Re: Native Americans
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Date: 1996/10/24
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I would recommend

Pat Shipman 1994 "The Evolution of Racism". Simon and Schuster.
Jonathon Marks 1995 "Human Biodiversity: Genes, Race and History",
Aldine de Gruyter, especially Chapter 4 The History of Biology
and the Biology of History.
And maybe Marek Kohn 1996 "The Race Gallery: The Return of Racial
Science". Vintage Books. (I've just begun to read this.)

"If I can't dance..... I don't want to be part of your revolution."
Emma Goldman

While I cannot vouch for either Shipman or Kohn I do know that Marks, in
the aforementioned book, is totally opposed to racialism.

If this is the post to which you refer then what you stated above is