Table of contents for The race myth : why we pretend race exists in America / Joseph L. Graves, Jr.


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Table of Contents
Introduction
Chapter 1. How Biology Refutes Our Racial Myths
Chapter 2. Great Is Our Sin: 
 A Brief History of Racism
Chapter 3. Sexual Selection, Reproduction, and Social Dominance
Chapter 4. America is Enough to Make You sick: 
 Differential Health and Mortality for Racial Minorities 
Chapter 5. Jungle Fever: 
 Race, Sexuality and Marriage
Chapter 6. Europeans, Not Western Africans, Dominate the NBA: 
 The Social Construction of Race and Sports 
 
Chapter 7. On Whose Nature Nurture Never Could Stick: 
 Race, Genetics and Intelligence in the New Millennium
 
Conclusion: America at the Crossroads: 
 Damnation or Redemption? 
Appendix
Notes
General References
Acknowledgments
Index




Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: United States Race relations, Racism United States, Race Classification, Minorities United States Social conditions