In this timely and hard-hitting volume, Tukufu Zuberi offers a concise account of the historical connections between the development of the idea of race and the birth of social statistics. Zuberi describes the ways race-differentiated data are misinterpreted in the social sciences and asks searching questions about how racial statistics are used.
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