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The Nature of Race
John Fuerst (who posts as "Chuck" at HV) published a book called The Nature of Race. This book is quoted extensively on white nationalist and neo-Nazi websites such as Metapedia and Stormfront as evidence that "race" exists, that it is useful to understand human biological variation, and and that IQ differences between races are inherited.
Fuerst describes his book as "peer-reviewed". In fact, the journal that published Fuerst's work, Open Behavioral Genetics (via the OpenPsych forum) is a racist pseudo-journal founded by Emil O. W. Kirkegaard.
Metapedia, an infamous neo-Nazi clone of Wikipedia, quotes the 'book' as "peer-reviewed" on virtually all its entries on race. Amusingly, Metapedia writes: "The book argued that those who stated rejection of race could be influenced by political rather than scientific considerations". No mention is made that John Fuerst used to run a blog that advertised Alternative Right, and holds white nationalist political views.