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Dysgenics – Genetic Deterioration in Modern Populations

Richard Lynn’s Dysgenics first published in 1996 and has been out of print for a number of years. In order to meet the increased demand for the book so this new edition printed. This edition has been updated and expanded with two new chapters, one on the decline in global IQ and the other on the dysgenik of immigration to the West.
The term dysgenik relates deterioration of the gene pool of a population. It is the opposite of the term eugenics was coined back in 1800 by Sir Francis Galton in Hereditary Genius (1869) argued that the deterioration of the gene pool affects the health, intelligence and morality. Richard Lynn shows that his analysis was correct.

Said about the book:

”Lynn does an excellent job with the facts. This is a brave and fertile book.”
– William Hamilton, University of Oxford

”Lynn is a first class scholar Who has thought long and hard about These issues. This a must read for Scholars”.
– Tom Bouchard, University of Minnesota

”This Might Be The Most Important Book Published in the Decade.”
– Victor Serebriakov, President, British MENSA


Author: Professor Richard Lynn
Pages: 381
Binding: Softcover
Published: 2011
Language: English
ISBN 978-0-9568811-1-3

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