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Race, I.Q., American Society and Charles Murray
Aired 10/21/1994

Is there a racial difference in IQ? And what is the future of America if it becomes increasingly stratified by intellectual ability? These questions surround the debate over Charles Murray’s recent book The Bell Curve.
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  Roger Wilkins
    George Mason University
  Glen Loury
    professor of economics at Boston University
  Douglas Besharov
    Jacobs Scholar at the American Enterprise Institute, professor at the University of Maryland School of Public Affairs, and editor of America’s Disconnected Youth: Toward a Preventive Strategy
  Linda Gottfredson
    professor of educational studies-University of Delaware

Originally Aired: 10/21/1994

   
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