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Classic EssaysReports

by J. Gardner and editorial staff THE National Longitudinal Study indicates that the impact of Affirmative Action laws and diversity-enhancing public policy is far different from that imagined by most Americans. Instead of being over-represented (which equality advocates often view as something…
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Kevin Alfred StromNewsReports

INSPIRED BY Bill Rankin’s map of Chicago’s racial and ethnic divides, Eric Fisher has drawn similar maps of other cities with data obtained from the 2000 Census. More cities are charted here. Each dot represents 25 people with white people represented by a red dot, black people by a blue…
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FictionH. Millard

by H. Millard “MAN, people have it wrong about people who believe as I believe,” said Homeless Jack. “They call us supremacists or this or that and they say we think we’re perfect or the best or whatever. (ILLUSTRATION: Charles Darwin) “In fact, we don’t think…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce
General Convention speech, 1983, recorded and transcribed by Kevin Alfred Strom TWO THOUSAND years ago the poet Ovid wrote that night is a sadder time than day. I know that’s always been true for me. When discouraging thoughts come, it’s usually at night. Actually,…
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