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From the Publisher"[A] detailed history. . . . Fascinating. . . . Will be read by historians interested in the impact of racial segregation . . . in the South."
-Journal of Southern History
"By giving us a comprehensive historical narrative of the field's development in one unjust society, Rose enables us to glimpse the essential dynamic by which social forces construct such instinct everywhere."
"Rose's lens is wide, and her research is deep. . . . A compelling contribution to the intellectual history of the South and the social sciences."
-Journal of American History
"Creative and thought-provoking….[Rose's] work makes an original contribution to the study of southern distinctiveness….A work that also contributes to intellectual history, the history of education, and scholarship on social science in the South."
"A comprehensive historical narrative of the field's development in one unjust society."
"This well-researched study of the psychological sciences in the first six decades of the twentieth-century South is a subtle and original contribution to southern studies. . . . [It] deserves the attention of all scholars interested in the intellectual and cultural history of the modern South or in the history of the human sciences in the twentieth century."
-American Historical Review
"A fascinating book. . . . A valuable contribution to southern intellectual history."
"An unusual history because it is at once a history of a region, of a discipline, and of race. . . . The breadth of material with which [Rose] deals in this short volume is tremendous, and she brings an impressive array of sources from a variety of disciplines to bear on her argument."
-Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences
"[A] rich and thoughtful book. . . . The argument presented here is exquisite and original."