Genetics: Researching Racial Inferiority?

Researching Racial Inferiority?

Pursuing scientific inquiry into the applications of solid-state physics, Bell Laboratories Physicist William Shockley played a major role in the invention of the junction transistor, shared a 1956 Nobel Prize for his efforts, and made a substantial impact on technology and society. Now on the faculty of Stanford University, he is creating yet another stir by advocating a similar approach in a science far afield from his own. In speeches and interviews during the past three years, Shockley has charged that the scientific community has been ignoring or...

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