Race, Genetics, and Society is an anthology of articles by distinguished behavior geneticist and professor of psychology Glayde Whitney. Like Arthur Jensen and William Shockley, Professor Whitney came under vicious attack for conclusions about heredity and human behavior that conflicted with egalitarian dogma.
Despite harsh criticism, Professor Whitney remained committed to exposing ideologically-motivated falsehoods preached by fellow academics on subjects such as race differences, heredity, and intelligence. He was a contributing editor at American Renaissance and an AmRen conference speaker.
This collection of 17 essays is a survey of his many profound insights. It includes Professor Whitney’s controversial speech as outgoing president of the Behavior Genetics Association and a foreword by editor Kevin Lamb.