Kevin B. MacDonald

Kevin B. MacDonald (born January 24, 1944) is a professor of psychology at California State University, Long Beach, best known for his use of evolutionary theory to support his claim that Judaism is a "group evolutionary strategy."

MacDonald's most controversial claim is that a suite of traits that he attributes to Jews, including higher-than-average verbal intelligence and ethnocentricism, have eugenically evolved to enhance the ability of Jews to conspire to out-compete non-Jews for resources while undermining the power and self-confidence of the white majorities in Europe and America whom he insists Jews seek to disposess.

The university's psychology department, as well as the Cal State Long Beach academic senate, have formally dissociated themselves from his work. The academic senate described his views as antisemitic and white ethnocentric.

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