Alexander H. Stephens was Vice President of the Confederacy. In 1861 he delivered an oration justifying slavery and rebellion on scientific grounds.
My documentary only tells one part of the story of racism, and only a part of the story of Social Darwinism’s influence on Western imperialism.
On the book’s 150th anniversary, a prestigious journal is catching up with Darwin critics.
Given evolution’s racist baggage, you might think the theory’s proponents would be somewhat abashed to accuse the critics of Darwin of “white supremacy.”
If either or both of these radical proposals become law, human thriving and economic prosperity will be brought to a screeching halt.