Nicholas Wade on Genes, Race, and Human History

Nicholas Wade is the rarest of species: a NYT science reporter who is (and has been for many years) open-minded about the tenets of HBD, up to and including (gasp!) the role of genes and IQ, and racial biodiversity on all fronts. His upcoming book, A Troublesome Inheritance: Genes, Race, and Human History, is an important publication, if only insofar as it might inch us one step closer to a ‘mainstreaming’ of HBD as a socially-acceptable theoretical model.

Here are recent reviews of Wade’s book by Jared Taylor and John Derbyshire.

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