Nature Knows No Color-Line: Research Into the Negro Ancestry in the White Race J. a. Rogers

Nature Knows No Color-Line: Research Into the Negro Ancestry in the White Race

Author: J. a. Rogers
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Book Title
Nature Knows No Color-Line: Research Into the Negro Ancestry in the White Race
Author
J. a. Rogers
ISBN
9780819575104
In Nature Knows No Color-Line, originally published in 1952, historian Joel Augustus Rogers examines the origins of racial hierarchy and the color problem. Rogers was a humanist who believed that there were no scientifically evident racial divisions--all humans belong to one "race." He believed that color prejudice generally evolved from issues of domination and power between two physiologically different groups. According to Rogers, color prejudice was then used a rationale for domination, subjugation and warfare. Societies developed myths and prejudices in order to pursue their own interests at the expense of other groups. This book argues that many instances of the contributions of black people had been left out of the history books, and gives many examples.Binding Type: PaperbackAuthor: J. a. RogersPublisher: Wesleyan University PressPublished: 04/01/2011ISBN: 9780819575104Pages: 242Weight: 0.70lbsSize: 8.40h x 5.50w x 0.70d
In Nature Knows No Color-Line, originally published in 1952, historian Joel Augustus Rogers examines the origins of racial hierarchy and the color problem. Rogers was a humanist who believed that there were no scientifically evident racial divisions--all humans belong to one "race." He believed that color prejudice generally evolved from issues of domination and power between two physiologically different groups. According to Rogers, color prejudice was then used a rationale for domination, subjugation and warfare. Societies developed myths and prejudices in order to pursue their own interests at the expense of other groups. This book argues that many instances of the contributions of black people had been left out of the history books, and gives many examples.

Binding Type: Paperback
Author: J. a. Rogers
Publisher: Wesleyan University Press
Published: 04/01/2011
ISBN: 9780819575104
Pages: 242
Weight: 0.70lbs
Size: 8.40h x 5.50w x 0.70d
In Nature Knows No Color-Line, originally published in 1952, historian Joel Augustus Rogers examines the origins of racial hierarchy and the color problem. Rogers was a humanist who believed that there were no scientifically evident racial divisions--all humans belong to one "race." He believed that color prejudice generally evolved from issues of domination and power between two physiologically different groups. According to Rogers, color prejudice was then used a rationale for domination, subjugation and warfare. Societies developed myths and prejudices in order to pursue their own interests at the expense of other groups. This book argues that many instances of the contributions of black people had been left out of the history books, and gives many examples.

Binding Type: Paperback
Author: J. a. Rogers
Publisher: Wesleyan University Press
Published: 04/01/2011
ISBN: 9780819575104
Pages: 242
Weight: 0.70lbs
Size: 8.40h x 5.50w x 0.70d