By Deuwe G. Jongmans & Peter Claus Wolfgang Gutkind
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It is worth noting that before the officially fomented drive against Jews in Germany and the traditional anti-Jewish feeling in Poland and Russia the feeling used to be nowhere more intense than among the English who first came into close contact with foreign races, and that it developed at an early time in America where the presence of a large Negro population kept alive a constant awareness of racial differences. However, other causes must have contributed to such popular feeling because the same attitude is not developed as strongly among the Spaniards, Portuguese and French although it is not entirely absent.
At the same time the observer may see by this example the value of the purer inbreeding. By its insular position England is practically isolated, and there has been reared the race which . . " He derived these state- followed ments from the experience of husbandry, transferring rules to by its human societies. He tries to support this procedure historical examples that, to his mind seem to sustain He ascribes degeneration particularly to continued mingling of heterogeneous elements. Chamberlain's (1) lack of scientific method is made his views.
However, other causes must have contributed to such popular feeling because the same attitude is not developed as strongly among the Spaniards, Portuguese and French although it is not entirely absent. The modern French pose of equality of all races is presumably dictated more by political reasons, such as the need of all is soldiers, feeling of race differences. than by an actual absence of The attitude of the Parisian fundamentally different from that of the colonial admin- istration. The permeation of our whole thinking by biological viewpoints is probably a much more important element in the development of the opinion that culture is determined by descent.
Anthropologists in the field by Deuwe G. Jongmans & Peter Claus Wolfgang Gutkind