Part 5 of 5
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The conclusion of Marian Van Court’s 1986 interview with Arthur Jensen. Topics include:
- Evidence that limits to black and Hispanic scholastic achievement in the US is based largely on intelligence and not on any form of institutional racism or bias
- The interaction of politics and objective scientific findings on educational achievement
- The lack of empirical experimentation in introducing new social and educational programs; the idea of experimental schools
- Jensen’s planned book projects
- Unethical critics of Jensen’s work
- Personal remarks on exercise and longevity