William H. Tucker

William H. Tucker is Professor of Psychology at Rutgers University-Camden (United States) and specializes in the study of social scientists whose work is used to support oppressive social policies. His most recent book is titled The Funding of Scientific Racism.

In his exceptionally insightful book, Racism: A Short History, Stanford University historian George M. Fredrickson notes the paradox that notions of human equality were the necessary precondition to the emergence of racism.