Not done Sir, but doing.

Plenty is doing.

"....on this particular matter of decline [in educational attainment in the USA] we are, as yet, starved of the research that would evaluate its roots. I will make an "educated guess" that the deterioration of performance is partly due to each of half-a-dozen factors, of which the three largest are: (a) a decline in the innate intelligence level due to a century-long dysgenic situation; (b) a decline in morale, due to relativistic ethics, and permissiveness which has spread from society into its schools; and (c) an increase in distractions through increased luxury, recreational time, and hours glued to TV shows."

R.B.CATTELL, 1983, in R.B.Cattell, Intelligence and National Achievement. Washington, DC : Institute for the Study of Man.

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