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Erectus Walks

Erectus images from National Geographic Magazine

ERECTUS WALKS: Richard D. Fuerle holds degrees in math (BS), law (JD), economics (MA), physics (BA), and chemistry (BA). He has written what may be one of the most important books on anthropology in this decade: Erectus Walks Amongst Us. He persuasively argues that racial differentiation preëxisted the emergence of “modern man” and that some of the ancient strains, though evolved, persist today; with the genetic difference from common ancestral types varying from race to race. Although Mr. Fuerle has generously made the entire book freely available as HTML on the ‘Net, I believe we should all support his efforts by buying the very impressive coffee-table size, lavishly illustrated physical book.

Richard D. Fuerle