by Adib Rashad ~
Between 1890 to 1930, over one hundred social intelligence studies of
African Americans, Asians, Africans, South Americans, and Eastern and Southern
Europeans were published in various professional and scholarly journals.
These studies comprised a mass of theories pertaining to racial differences
that was accepted as scientific evidence. The theories and the methods of
these studies were parallel.
The conclusion of these studies varied, but only according to average IQs or