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The Human Race By Ana V. Duke
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A frank analysis of the human race and its rules. First rule of the race: "Most of the race looks chaotic. It seems to have no patterns, no rules: humans running in all kind of directions,... More > zigzagging, falling down, getting up again, running in circles, with their hands down or with their hands up, as if begging someone in the skies to deliver them from this painful existence in which they live. The majority push the person ahead of them. The idea is to push them until they fall. The more you do it, the faster your own time is. It is in your best interest to make as many contestants fall, preferably when there are other people looking. It makes for a good show for those who are watching. Humans take pleasure in witnessing others fall. It helps them exit their hopeless state, at least for a second, if not for longer. When someone ahead of you falls, the field looks easier to run on. If you step on them, it makes for a faster run. Their soft bellies give you an extra push."< Less
The Race By Julie Steimle
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In an effort to save her brothers from the dangerous plant life that now overruns the suburbs and city, Samantha Ann Carter must enter a race that offers the prize to live on the cities on the Ocean,... More > coveted spaces in the ever-insecure world. But what she discovers is that the race is more than what she thought it would be, and it would change her forever.< Less
The Race By Julie Steimle
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In an effort to save her brothers from the dangerous plant life that now overruns the suburbs and city, Samantha Ann Carter must enter a race that offers the prize to live on the cities on the Ocean,... More > coveted spaces in the ever-insecure world. But what she discovers is that the race is more than what she thought it would be, and it would change her forever.< Less
Race By John R Baker
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THIRD EDITION: Now updated with world DNA map. Written by an Oxford University professor, this book maps out almost every aspect of the biological differences between different races. It describes... More > species and races (subspecies); hybrids; and those theories of evolution that allow the various groups of animals to be graded as more or less primitive or advanced. Drawing on physical and cultural anthropology, palaeontology, prehistoric archaeology, art history, and nineteenth-century accounts of Africans until then secluded from contact with other human groups, this book features sections on Europids; the Jews; the Celts; the Australids; the Sanids (Bushmen); and the Negrids. In the final part, the author reviews in depth the evidence on heredity and cognitive ability and reaches the measured conclusion that in certain races a greater proportion of people are capable of developing high intelligence than in others. The last section discusses who some races had achieved civilisation and others have not.< Less
The Chronicles Of The Human Race By Marvin Ellis
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This book is a continuation of the energy that was began by The Human Race Bible. While The Human Race Bible was written as a plea to the world, The Chronicles of The Human Race is written as a... More > solution to that initial plea. This book is to inspire the minds, hearts, spirits and hopefully the souls of the Human Race and to inspire action.< Less
The Inequality of the Human Races By Arthur Comte de Gobineau
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This work was the first modern attempt to prove that race is the primary force determining world events and history. Working with the limited scientific data available at the time of writing (1853),... More > de Gobineau divided humans into three major groupings, white, yellow and black. He argues that the cause of the downfall of civilizations is always racial mixing, and that every civilization has either been directly controlled by what he called “Aryans” or has had a significant Aryan element mixed in it. He argues that climate and environment have no bearing on racial characteristics. This book was a cornerstone work for 20th century racial theory, and is of immense importance for this reason alone. This is a hand edited copy which contains none of the OCR errors which mar other versions.< Less
The Inequality of the Human Races By Arthur Comte de Gobineau
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This work was the first modern attempt to prove that race is the primary force determining world events and history. Working with the limited scientific data available at the time of writing (1853),... More > de Gobineau divided humans into three major groupings, white, yellow and black. He argues that the cause of the downfall of civilizations is always racial mixing, and that every civilization has either been directly controlled by what he called “Aryans” or has had a significant Aryan element mixed in it. He argues that climate and environment have no bearing on racial characteristics. This book was a cornerstone work for 20th century racial theory, and is of immense importance for this reason alone. This is a hand edited copy which contains none of the OCR errors which mar other versions.< Less
Race Problems and Human Progress By Wesley Critz George
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The author of the famous Biology of the Race Problem explains in this, his second work, the consequences of ignoring racial differences in the formulation of public policy. The author, a professor... More > emeritus of histology and embryology at the School of Medicine, University of North Carolina, builds upon the very real racial biological differences and shows that the factors that determine all life are the pool of genes created at fertilization, and not environmental. The equalitarian dogma insists—in the face of all evidence to the contrary—that all men are born with equal endowment and can be kept equal if given the same opportunities and the same environment. Such erroneous views dominate because even literate and influential people are ignorant of the facts and are misled by their emotions. With an introduction by Archibald Roosevelt, son of President Theodore Roosevelt, and a foreword by Professor Emeritus of Psychology at Columbia University, Professor Henry E. Garrett.< Less
God's Plan for the Human Race By Dr. Paul E. Jones
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God has a plan for the entire human race. It is filled with love, mercy and forgiveness. God created us as souls, we have the ability to connect with God, others and ourselves. We have the ability to... More > live life to its fullness. Let us search the mind of God and ourselves as we tapp into these deep wisdom that will change us, how we see God and others.< Less
God's Plan for the Human Race By Dr. Paul E. Jones
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God has a plan for the entire human race. It is filled with love, mercy and forgiveness. God created us as souls, we have the ability to connect with God, others and ourselves. We have the ability to... More > live life to its fullness. Let us search the mind of God and ourselves as we tapp into these deep wisdom that will change us, how we see God and others.< Less