chapter  18
Jensen’s g: Outmoded Theories and Unconquered Frontiers
WithPeter H. Schönemann
Pages 17

In (1969) Jensen availed himself of this license to speculate whether ‘current welfare policies, unaided by eugenic foresight, could lead to the genetic enslavement of a substantial segment of our population?’ (p. 95). He expressed concern that ‘the possible consequences of our failure seriously to study these questions may well be viewed by future generations as our society’s greatest injustice to Negro Americans’ (ibid.).