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Blacklash
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didyouknow
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Is race really the source for success?

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Started: 7/13/2018 Category: Miscellaneous
Updated: 3 years ago Status: Debating Period
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Blacklash

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Is there any merit in the belief that ones race is the source for achievement? Most seem to think it is and that number is growing worldwide most use many examples from past to present as proof that some races are genetically stable mentally while others are not. I don't think that race plays a role in nation building or achievements in general but that dosent matter to most. I look at continents like Africa or Latin America to Asia and Europe and while it's clear that Africa and Latin America has many problems that dosent mean that they can't be great. What I want to know is if race really dose matter in terms of individual achievement and what are the key things that make up said race make up? What makes the European and Asian different from the African and the Hispanic/native Indian? And if there really is any point to race or what certain groups should do to raise high above pseudo racial science.
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