Category Archives: Nicholas Wade

Nicholas Wade Interview – A Troublesome Inheritance: Genes, Race and Human History

I spoke by phone today for 45 minutes with the famous genetics reporter. He retired from the New York Times staff two years ago but still contributes articles to the paper. This is an edited transcript. Nicholas: “[The book] is … Continue reading

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Reviews Of Nicholas Wade’s New Book On Race

Jared Taylor writes: John Derbyshire, who reviewed A Troublesome Inheritance for VDare.com, thinks the book will cause casualties: “Ultimately, fantasy must yield to reality, falsehood to truth, superstition to science. Nick Wade’s calm, brave assault on the enemy’s lines will … Continue reading

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A Troublesome Inheritance: Genes, Race and Human History

Steve Sailer writes: I joke around about the existence of a Steveosphere, but you’ll notice that much of the current attention being paid to Nicholas Wade’s new book A Troublesome Inheritance seems to follow its contours. Tyler Cowen in Marginal … Continue reading

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What if race is more than a social construct?

Margaret Wente writes for the Toronto Globe & Mail: Nicholas Wade, a leading science writer whose specialty is human evolution, likes to ask interesting questions. Here are some examples: Why has the West been the most exploratory and innovative civilization … Continue reading

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