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Diversity and Its Limits
The crisis of American democracy demands a clear-eyed understanding of the ways in which differences in ethnic groups and some sources of political polarization are never going to be resolved.
Dividing by Race
Our racial classification system is useless for deciding who should get preferences in education, business, or anywhere else.
Correspondence Spring 2022
A Tale of Two Propositions
Diversity, democracy, and affirmative action.
The Immortal Sowell
Sowell’s analyses of social and political issues are more sophisticated and acute than those of just about everyone who writes on the same topics today.
Murray puts forward a simple thesis: that differences “in cognitive ability and crime” explain virtually all racial disparities that currently exist.
Racism All the Way Down
Calling America a caste society is both misleading and harmful to black progress.
Bipolarity, addiction, and identity politics afflict us. But the greatest of these is identity politics.
Rooting Lincoln in his culture.