Race in America

Obama’s Demagoguery

by Victor Davis Hanson National Review Online The atrocity at first seemed undeniable: A white vigilante, with a Germanic name no less, hunted down and then executed a tiny black youth — who, from his published grammar-school photos, seemed about twelve — while he was walking innocently and eating candy in an exclusive gated community …

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Obama’s Racial Politics

by Victor Davis Hanson National Review Online Never has America been more assimilated, integrated, and intermarried — as is evident in everything from politics to popular culture, from statistics to anecdotes. Share This

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Diversity, Inc.

by Victor Davis Hanson National Review Online ‘Affirmative action” was the logical sequel to the civil-rights legislation of the 1960s. The initial reasoning was attractive enough. Share This

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The End of an Idea: Why Affirmative Action Should Stop

by Victor Davis Hanson PJ Media 2011, not 1970? We have had about a half-century of racial preferences and often unspoken but real quotas for hiring and admission based on racial identity. Share This

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