Ethnic differences in babies

It can not be denied

This is a rare article from the January 1979 issue of Human Nature magazine. It was written by Daniel G. Freedman, Ph.D., who did groundbreaking research into the genetic component of behavior. Research that, today, is met with extreme hostility by Marxist academics on college campuses. Freedman stated in 1979 that talking about ethnic differences is “politically and socially unpopular.” He said he hoped that academia would become more open and less politically charged in the future. Sadly, the exact opposite has occurred.

During the 1970s, Freedman studied behavior traits in newborns to look for evidence that genes influence behavior. He even studied Australian Aborigine newborns at the Australian National University. Freedman is the author of the books Human Infancy: An Evolutionary Perspective, Human Sociobiology, and co-author of Human Status Hierarchies.

National Conservative is excited to present this seven-page article that will empower you. The next time someone mindlessly repeats cultural Marxist slogans about how race is a social construct, you will devastate them in a debate.

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Ethnic Differences In Babies from Human Nature magazine

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Reuben Hayat
5 months ago

I knew about this study, from Philippe Rushton’s work, Race, Evolution and Behavior. I’m pretty sure he cited it – but I’d never read it. Now, having read it, I was disappointed he didn’t write more about Negro baby reactions.

I hope humanity can return to sanity, and such experiments can be carried out in the future.

2 months ago

Good Intel, thanks.