Stone Collection: Volume 65 - Item 16
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16. Josiah Royce, “Race Questions and Prejudices,” International Journal of Ethics (April 1906): 265-88.
Examination of racial prejudices drawing on lessons from cultures in Japan, Jamaica, and Europe. The writer concludes that “these problems of ours turn out to be not so much problems caused by anything which is essential to the existence or to the nature of the races of men themselves. Our so-called race-problems are merely the problems caused by our antipathies.”