The blogger M.G. Miles, a “long-time American expatriate in France” (and apparently female), only posts around once a month, but the posts at her blog Those Who Can See
are always worth waiting for.
There was a new post
on Monday. Topic: Progressives, then and now. What did social Progressives of the late 19th
and early 20th
centuries believe about race? How did their intellectual descendants come to believe the opposite thing? What will Progressives believe in the future?
M.G. walks us through background science, history, and implications, in her usual well-organized style, with headings and sub-headings.
I. Born This Way: Progressive from birth?II. What they thought: Leftism in the age of Race realism.1) Former Abolitionists2) Muckrakers3) Social Workers4) Clergy5) Suffragettes6) Novelists7) Educators8) Politicians8a) Southern Progressives8b) Socialists8c) Republicans / Democrats9) Afros themselves10) The Blank SlatistIII. What They Lost: The Road away from Reason.IV. What They Can Teach Us: All that's old is new.1) Facing up to inequality in education2) Admitting the need for behavior constraints3) Focusing on strengths
For a stamp of HBD quality, note the approving (with a slight correction) remarks in the comment thread by HBD blogger par excellence
JayMan, whom I recommended to VDARE.com viewers
a few months ago.