Written in the form of a midnight soliloquy, Race and Reality recounts the author’s experiences with the scientific hierarchy.
It reviews the evidence for racial differences, the crisis facing the white world, and tells the inside story of the Stell trial and explores the methods by which the truth about it has been evaded and ignored.
Finally, in a question and answer section similar to that in Race and Reason, it deals with the scores of related issues which so often confuse the central problem.
In the last two chapters, it focuses on that problem and proposes a solution.
I. Midnight in Maine
II. The Fantasy
III. The Facts
IV. The Day in Court
V. Decisions—On and Off the Record
VI. Point Counter-Point
VII. Vista at Daybreak
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Carleton Putnam (1901–1998) was an American businessman, biographer, and writer. He graduated from Princeton University in 1924 and received a Bachelor of Laws(LLB) from Columbia Law School in 1932. He founded Chicago & Southern Airlines in 1933, which in 1953 was merged with Delta Air Lines. He would later serve as chief executive officer of Delta Air Lines and hold a seat on its board of directors until his death.About the Author:
Carleton Putnam was one of America’s foremost writers on racial matters. Holding science and law degrees from Princeton and Columbia University, he was founder and president of Chicago & Southern Airlines, which later merged with another company to become Delta Air Lines. Putnam served as chief executive of Delta, and remained a director until his death in 1998.
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