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“Puerto Rico”, Handbook of Latin American Studies, vol.n 50 (Austin: Jack Fleitman Negocios Exitosos Pdf 12l.pdf) about Rivera’s exploration expedition.
Chapter 6. The story of “scientific penetration into the ethnic environment” (Racial …, pp. 44-45) is presented as evidence that the founder of the Black Negro Study Group in the Central States, Jibril Fitch, did not hide his racial views.
The third chapter, according to most researchers, is devoted to the personality of Dr. Pedro del Rio Vergara, who, during his observations of black American revolutionaries, made a significant contribution to the development of anthropology and ethnography. However, the thesis that Vergar was apolitical for Negroes, although he hypothesized that, according to his beliefs, politics was presented solely as an instrument of unjust exploitation and class struggle, remains controversial: the activities of the hero of the book “Haider and Arafat” are highly appreciated, but his presence as a researcher can only be explained by his extravagant views, and therefore not so burdensome.
In chronological order, it should be determined: who, when and where first used the term “ethnic group”, and who owns the merit of asserting how Indians are the only ethnic group in America (with minor changes, this wording is still used today).
In the second chapter, the author presents the reader with a list of studies on the chiefs of Indian origin, and gives a detailed overview of the studies carried out. This chapter draws parallels between the views of those who argue that the Indians cannot be an ethnic community, and those who believe that they should be regarded as an ethnically heterogeneous nation. The author has made an attempt to distinguish between these two forms of movement, as a result of which the proposed book greatly expands the ideas that give clues to them.
Describing the interest in African American behavior and culture undertaken in the 19th century, the author notes that at that time this interest was completely determined by class positions. Then, after the revolution, much more attention began to be paid to the so-called “ethnic community”, which manifests itself in colonial reality and later: people who then, after the Second World War, will be considered American Indians.
One of the most important studies that uncovered the notions that advanced the “ethnic group” theory was the study of



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