Journal of Social, Political, and Economic Studies
|Discipline||Economics, political science, sociology|
|Edited by||Roger Pearson|
|Journal of Social and Political Studies|
|J. Soc. Political Econ. Stud.|
The Journal of Social, Political, and Economic Studies (ISSN 0278-839X) is a quarterly journal published by Scott-Townsend Publishers, the publishing arm of the Council for Social and Economic Studies. It was founded in 1976 by anthropologist Roger Pearson, and was originally published by his Council for American Affairs, an American representative in the World Anti Communist League. It is now published by the Council for Social and Economic Studies, of which Pearson was the president as of 1982. It has been identified as one of two international journals which regularly publishes articles pertaining to race and intelligence with the goal of supporting the idea that white people are inherently superior (the other such journal being Mankind Quarterly). Notable contributors to the journal include Jack Kemp and Jesse Helms. In 1982, U.S. President Ronald Reagan wrote a letter to Pearson personally thanking him for the most recent issue of the Journal, which was never disavowed by the White House. The White House did, however, request that Pearson stop using the letter.
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