The State Against Blacks
Dave Killion — March 30, 2011
I’m still on holidays, but I have enough time to make a quick recommendation and it is this: get to know the views of Walter Williams. Williams authored “The State Against Blacks” in 1982, in which he lays out his case that government regulations intended to help minorities have had devastating consequences for blacks. I highly recommend the book, but these are busy times and you may prefer the PBS documentary “Good Intentions”, which is based on the book. Here is Part 1 –
Part 2 –
aaaaand Part 3 –
The whole thing is less than 30 minutes, so don’t pass it up.
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