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Bonus quotation of the day on how Asians disrupt and undermine the narrative of white privilege…. – Publications – AEI

AEI Bonus quotation of the day on how Asians disrupt and undermine the narrative of white privilege…. …. is from Vincent Harinam and Rob Henderson’s article in Quillette “Why White Privilege Is Wrong—Part 1“: What gives white privilege a patina of empirical credibility are its statistical comparisons between blacks and whites. However, these statistics are often decontextualized, omitting base rates and key group comparators. As Thomas Sowell points out, “The...

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Glenn Loury: ‘Affirmative action is dishonest. It’s not about equality, it’s about covering ass’ – Publications – AEI

AEI Glenn Loury: ‘Affirmative action is dishonest. It’s not about equality, it’s about covering ass’ Brown University economist Glenn Loury (pictured above) is profiled in today’s Chronicle of Higher Education titled “Affirmative Action Is Not About Equality. It’s About  Covering Ass” (subscription required), here’s an excerpt: On a Thursday evening in April, Glenn Loury is talking about race, ethics, and affirmative action. And he’s getting...

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Asians benefit from ‘white supremacy and proximity to white privilege’? – Publications – AEI

AEI Asians benefit from ‘white supremacy and proximity to white privilege’? From John Hinderaker writing on the Power Line blog: The success of Asian-Americans is a severe embarrassment to the race industry. Race hustlers focus on “gaps” between whites and blacks with regard to income and educational attainment, which they attribute to “systemic” racism. But what about the gaps between Asian-Americans and whites? Asians, on average, earn considerably more than whites (see top...

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