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Anthony Daniels


May 01, 2014

Genetic disorder

It is a curious paradox that those who inveigh most vehemently against race as a concept also campaign most vigorously for racial quotas by means of affirmative action. It is only a seeming paradox, however, because it is possible to acknowledge the existence of discrimination on the basis of mere physical difference without ascribing to that difference any greater taxonomic significance than its capacity to evoke the discrimination itself.

A review of A Troublesome Inheritance: Genes, Race and Human History by Nicholas Wade