The universal genetic program and the custom-built phenotype: implications for race and sex - Ed Hagen
Tania A Reynolds
Science is proceeding quickly, finding genetic variants associated w/ IQ, social mobility, as well as group-specific adaptations to local environments (disease risk). We need a serious discussion to ensure sexes & races are still given equal opportunities.
Another response to Reich from biological anthropologist Ed Hagen
The universal genetic program and the custom-built phenotype: implications for race and sex, by Ed Hagen, June 2018. (The best written explanation of the framework for thinking about these issues that I've read.)