Race Differences in Newborn Behavior
March 16, 2013, 11:21 PM
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Greg Cochran over at West Hunter reminds us of what may be the most politically incorrect research ever conducted in the human sciences:  Daniel Freedman's study of race differences in the behavior patterns of newborn babies.  I gave the study a mention back in 2009 when reviewing Simon Winchester's biography of sinologist Joseph Needham, so there is a connection (of sorts) here to my last Thursday VDARE.com column on Ron Unz on China.  One of Greg's commenters found a website where you can buy a DVD about Freedman's results, primly titled "Cross-Cultural Differences in Newborn Behavior." (My italics.)
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