Philip Green’s discussion of Arthur Jensen’s work [in the Spring, Summer, and Fall 1976 issues of Dissent] does not lead the reader to a very accurate understanding of what this work is about. A proper summary of it would proceed as follows: Large and socially consequential differences between individuals in learning achievement and IQ are strikingly evident, and we would like to know how to go about to effectively reduce these differences. One might begin...
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