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· Following Seven Propositions are Held and Defended
by the Author of this Book:
lumanity is divided into races. hese races in turn are divided into twelve groupings or tribes. he twelve groupings or tribes under special consideration in vok compose the Anglo-Saxon or Nordic race or people. osition is taken that the Anglo-Saxon or Nordic people are the descendents of the twelve tribes of Israel, called the lost ten of Israel. ook also seeks to show that the Bible in giving the birth and ant characteristics of the first leaders of Israel at the same ives the dominant characteristics of each of the twelve groupr tribes of the Anglo-Saxon or Nordic people. his Anglo-Saxon or Nordic people endowed with leaders who e differentiated by clearly defined characteristics, and that characteristics are the same as those given for the leaders of
these leaders of the Anglo-Saxon or Nordic people are held isible for the well-being and development of the race as were aders in the House of Israel.
veloping the above propositions the author of this book Gives Bible text citations with explanatory comments. Seeks to show how these propositions are in harmony with the Mendelian law of heredity. Explains physical measurements and characteristics of the various groupings or races under consideration.
SAMUEL ALBERT Brown, M. D., Author