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Global Darwin: Multicultural mergers

Latin Americans first saw evolution as a reason to 'whiten' their societies, then as a reason to take pride in their mixed lineage, says Jürgen Buchenau in the last of four pieces on Darwin's global influence.

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Buchenau, J. Global Darwin: Multicultural mergers. Nature 462, 284–285 (2009). https://doi.org/10.1038/462284a

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