Thomas Sowell on the taboo

Thomas Sowell on the taboo subject of race and IQ scores. Sowell points out that, if successful, the attempts of black “leaders” and their white “friends” to block research in this area would have prevented the discovery of evidence that large IQ differences between blacks and whites need not be attribued to genetics. In others words, as Sowell concludes, allegedly racist researchers like Arthur Jensen had more faith in black children than “black leaders” do.

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