Table of Contents
Introduction by Earl Smith, Distinguished Professor of American Ethnic Studies and Chairman, Dept of Sociology, Wake Forest University: Addressing Tough Questions: African American Athletes, Sports, and Genetics
Chapter 1: Breaking the Taboo on Race and Sports
Chapter 2: The Education of Sir Roger
Chapter 3: By the Numbers
Chapter 4: The Most Level Playing Field
Chapter 5: Natures Experiment: The "Kenyan Miracle"
Chapter 6: "More Brains or More "
Chapter 7: Evolution (of Great Athletes)
Chapter 8: Race Without Color
Chapter 9: The Origins of Race Science
The Segregation and Integration of Sports
Chapter 10: The Superiority of White Athletes
Chapter 11: Jack Johnson in the Ring Against Jim Crow
Chapter 12: American Eugenics
Chapter 13: Jesse Owens and the German Race
Chapter 14: A Knockout Blow to Race Science
Chapter 15: The "Scheming, Flashy, Trickiness" of Jews
Nature or Nurture?
Chapter 16: The Integration of Sports
Chapter 17: The Sixties
Chapter 17: Sports and IQ
Chapter 18: Winning the Genetic Lottery
Chapter 19: The Environmentalist Case Against Innate Black Superiority in Sports
What About Women?
Chapter 20: The Superiority of White Female Athlete
Chapter 21: East Germanys Sports Machine
Chapter 22: The Renaissance of the Black Female Athlete
Chapter 23: A Genteel Way to Say "Nigger"?