Do you think Western Society's perspective on "racial equality" have changed much since 19th century?

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Western society's perspective on racial inequality in the 19th century :

white men are the most civilized ones; other races are lazy, they can not co-operate

Do you think Western Societys perspective on racial equality have changed much since 19th century?

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Joseph Arthur Comte de Gobineau

He concluded that race was the single most important factor determining the nature of human society, with the white race being responsible for all the great advances in history. He saw the barriers between the races as natural, having existed from the beginning of human history, and that breaking them down through miscegenation would lead to the destruction of civilization. Unfortunately, his ideas were taken and abused by Nazism, leading to genocide against the Jews and World War II. (1840)

•better fifty years of Europe, than a cycle of cathay (1842).
Do you think Western Society's perspective on "racial equality" have changed much since 19th century?
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