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On the whole I have left the statements as they first appeared. Only in the discussion of the problems of stability of races and of growth which extend over many years, has scattered material been combined.
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In these the mathematical problems have been omitted and diagrams have been substituted for numerical tables. Here and there reviews and controversies have been included where they seemed relevant and of importance for the clearer statement of theories. The terms "race" and "racial" are throughout used in the sense that they mean the assembly of genetic lines represented in a population. It is natural that the earlier papers do not include data available at the present time.
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Excerpt Anthropology, the science of man, is often held to be a subject that may satisfy our curiosity regarding the early history of mankind, but of no immediate bearing upon problems that confront us. Read preview Overview. Irvine; Richard Handler Mouton de Gruyter,