“This manuscript addresses a politically sensitive issue that I would prefer not to include in Frontiers in Evolutionary Sociology and Biosociology.”

While I am re-writing our PING study to become a substantial target article, John is sending it to various journals in the mean time to poke about their editorial biases. Here’s a recent reply, which was thankfully quite up front about the bias: From: Frontiers <noreply@frontiersin.org> Sent: Monday, September 25, 2017 5:05 PM To: j122177@hotmail.com

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Review: Understanding human history (Michael H. Hart)

www.goodreads.com/book/show/1737823.Understanding_Human_History gen.lib.rus.ec/search.php?req=Understanding+Human+History&open=0&view=simple&column=def I think Elijah mentioned this book somewhere. I can’t find where. The basic idea of the book is to write a history book that does take known population differences into account. Normal history books don’t do that. Generally, the chapters are only very broad sketches of some period or pattern. Much of it…

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