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IQ and Immigration Policy - Jason Richwine

IQ and Immigration Policy - Jason Richwine

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A dissertation presented by Jason Richwine to The Department of Public Policy in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in the subject of Public Policy. Harvard University. Cambridge, Massachusetts. May 2009.
A dissertation presented by Jason Richwine to The Department of Public Policy in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in the subject of Public Policy. Harvard University. Cambridge, Massachusetts. May 2009.

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IQ and immigration policy
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How People Misunderstood Jason Richwine's Dissertation: Explaining Racial Incompatibility is Different From Denigration
http://thethinktankguideforsmarterliving.blogspot.sg/2014/04/how-people-misunderstood-jason.html

The definition of the word "racism" is the following:

"1. the belief that all members of each race possess characteristics, abilities, or qualities specific to that race, especially so as to distinguish it as inferior or superior to another race or races."

To judge whether or not people are racists, one has to judge their intention to denigrate others and not simply by judging their actions and behaviour alone, because racism is based on a person's intention to denigrate others, racism cannot be determined simply by judging the words they wrote in a dissertation.

Jason Richwine's dissertation was to explain whether or not certain groups of people would be compatible or incompatible for American society and its economy.

Being analytical about different races' compatibility to living in American society does not make the person a racist that is obsessed with denigrating other races of people.

Jason was perceiving the incompatibility/compatibility of different races for living in American society in his dissertation, no one except him can know whether or not he had any intention to denigrate those races.

For people to simply assume that Jason had the intention to denigrate those races without evidence(of his true intentions) is simply being unfair, over-assuming, immature and perhaps blame-shifting as well.
Timothy Tang added this note
The American Dream is Already Dead: How Jason Richwine is Actually Right in His US Immigration Policy that Disfavours Races with Lower Average IQ http://thethinktankguideforsmarterliv...
Clyde Dsouza added this note
This is 2013... "IQ" is downloadable.. cue #googleGlass. Educational access? Harvard I hear now has an entrance essay as optional... A sign that brick and mortar institutions are on shaky ground. The Internet has/is making, educational access free and available barring oppressed nations (that becomes asylum cases then, not typical immigration is it)

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