John Baker’s “Race”

Meng Hu has scanned John Baker’s classic, “Race.” You can download it here.

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7 Responses to John Baker’s “Race”

  1. Steve Sailer says:

    Lots of good stuff in this book. I liked Coon’s “Living Races of Man” a little more, but that’s just my taste.

  2. James says:

    “I liked Coon… taste” – Steve Sailer

  3. Kiwiguy says:

    Maybe it’s just my work computer but I couldn’t get the download link to work – although I see it’s mentioned it could expire if not used. Did you managed to download a copy?

  4. 猛虎 says:

    Don’t worry. The link still work.

  5. MIke says:

    Chris Brand’s foreword to the new Russian edition:

    “RACE FOREWORD As translation of John Randall Baker’s Race into Russian neared culmination in Moscow, I helped prepare a Foreword. It could begin thus:

    ‘Race’ is a masterly book about racial differences and their mainly genetic bases by a top Oxford biologist who had taken the trouble to master relevant history and psychology; yet it is effectively unknown and virtually banned in the West, having been withdrawn by Oxford University Press soon after its 1974 publication.

    Baker was the first scholarly victim of Western ‘political correctness’ which was developed by the political left in the hope of protecting the West’s increasingly diverse ethnic groups which the left was introducing (as likewise of preventing criticism of other ‘minorities’ on the grounds of their sex, sexual orientation, gender indeterminacy, class [lack of] and physical or mental handicaps).

    The political suppression of ‘Race’ by OUP and all other mainstream publishers was to be followed around 2000 by forcing all other Western academic race realists into mere mail-order or internet publication and even out of their university positions: eminent psychologists such as Canada’s Phil Rushton, Denmark’s Helmuth Nyborg, the USA’s Art Jensen and the UK’s Chris Brand and Richard Lynn were thus largely silenced by the bien pensants of the ‘liberal’-left.

    But Baker’s remarkable case had led the way. Black superiorities at baseball, sprinting, boxing, erection angle, ejaculation distance and jumping could be venerated; but Black insufficiencies in science, medicine, engineering, literature, boat-racing, shooting, classical music, law-abidingness and indeed IQ could not be mentioned in polite circles – or, increasingly, in any circles at all as the left moved steadily to criminalize racist remarks, racial discussion and publication of the mere facts about Black, Mexican and Muslim limitations as ‘hate speech.’

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