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Admixture in the Americas: Social Differences as a Reflection of Human Biodiversity

Gregory B. Christainsen

Abstract

Fuerst and Kirkegaard’s Admixture in the Americas is the best and most comprehensive treatment of its subject matter ever attempted. The study has important implications for racial inequalities in the Americas and the economic development of the entire Latin American region. It constitutes a major step forward in the application of biological and psychometric research to economic and social questions. Almost no stone has been left unturned.

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