Strange Fruit: Why Both Sides are Wrong in the Race Debate


Blending politics, history, science, and philosophy, Malik explores the science of skull measurement and the politics of the Holocaust; diabetes rates among Hispanics and the fate of the Elgin Marbles; the genetics of altruism and the struggle for Aboriginal rights; the successes of Human Genome Project and the failures of multiculturalism. Confronting issues such as the link between race and intelligence, the promotion of race-specific drugs, the fashion for genealogy, and why scientific research into controversial areas should not be constrained, Malik proves that the debate about race is back-and shows us how to deal with it.

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