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Harvard Educational Review
September 1969, Vol. 39, No. 3, pp. 523-557

Martin Deutsch

Professor Deutsch reviews the literature on compensatory education, intelligence testing, and the nature of educational environments and concludes that Arthur Jensen had constructed an article which had "negative implications for the struggle against racism and for improvement of the educational system." Deutsch believes the Jensen article holds a consistent bias toward an undemocratic eugenic and racist hypothesis.