by Paul Jones
To refresh my memory, I recently ordered a republished, 2014 copy of the classic “Race and Reason,” written in 1961 by Carleton Putnam. It’s a somewhat depressing read when one considers how-like so many efforts since the Brown vs. Board of Education decision in 1954-it was simply another attempt to play “softball” instead of “hardball” against the forces that began in earnest to “steamroller” and makeover U.S. society and culture since 1945, particularly concentrating on the racial segregation laws of the South.
Rather than “zeroing in” on how it was organized Jewry which was the force behind these monumental cultural changes, the most that is said about Franz (((Boas))) in the book is that he was “a foreign-born Columbia University professor who arrived in the United States in 1886, who was himself a member of a racial minority group, and who may be called the father of…
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