"Modern society has pronounced its ethical condemnation of racism, but in the long run has met with little more success than in religion and in its condemnation of sex and aggression. It is time to recognize clearly that race-consciousness is a natural tendency, with which our socio-political life must come to terms. One way is to avoid too great a diversity within a politically organized society." - Raymond B. Cattell

Anthrax Investigation Site is Back

One of the anthrax letters. Were the anthrax attacks the result of a disgruntled scientist or a murderous intelligence agency?

by Kevin Alfred Strom

THE GROUND-BREAKING investigation of the 2001 anthrax attacks by researcher Robert Pate, The Anthrax Mystery: Solved, is now back on line at anthraxattacks.net — its original venue on the Web.

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