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Writings by Topic: Race and Affirmative Action
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Articles

Title Publication Date
Political values aren't coded in skin color The Boston Globe February 9, 2014
Faked hate? The Boston Globe December 11, 2013
Does a police officer's race matter? The Boston Globe August 25, 2013
Voting rights and the chains of memory The Boston Globe June 30, 2013
At Harvard, the right not to be offended trumps academic freedom The Boston Globe May 22, 2013
King's 'Letter' and the law The Boston Globe April 14, 2013
Abolition, word by word The Boston Globe February 13, 2013
A party that doesn't think with its skin The Boston Globe December 23, 2012
What's the real race issue here? The Boston Globe October 7, 2012
America the non-racist The Boston Globe June 27, 2012
When 'minority' is a trick of definition The Boston Globe May 27, 2012
The affirmative-action myth The Boston Globe December 23, 2011
An 'end point' for race-based admissions The Boston Globe December 18, 2011
The left, the race card, and Herman Cain The Boston Globe October 9, 2011
Marriage cannot be redefined The Boston Globe June 29, 2011
Gingrich and 'the party of food stamps' The Boston Globe May 22, 2011
Retire the racial bean-counters The Boston Globe February 16, 2011
Commemorating secession, with sorrow and honesty The Boston Globe January 5, 2011
Is capital punishment racist? The Boston Globe December 5, 2010
Were the Founders hypocrites? The Boston Globe July 4, 2010
Rand Paul and the right to be odious The Boston Globe May 26, 2010
Law and disorder The Boston Globe May 9, 2010
No place for race The Boston Globe March 24, 2010
Harry Reid's racial imbroglio The Boston Globe January 13, 2010
Throw out the race card The Boston Globe December 12, 2009
'Kennedy' once meant 'tax-cutter' The Boston Globe August 30, 2009
Musings, random and otherwise The Boston Globe August 9, 2009
The 'racist' brand The Boston Globe June 10, 2009
More race talk is the last thing we need The Boston Globe February 25, 2009
The enemies of Jim Crow The Boston Globe February 15, 2009
Superstitions and skin color The Boston Globe January 14, 2009
Silver linings, even on the right The Boston Globe November 5, 2008
The myth of the coming white minority The Boston Globe August 20, 2008
It's still a question of Wright and wrong The Boston Globe March 19, 2008
The irrelevance of Obama's color The Boston Globe February 10, 2008
Bloodshed in black America is self-inflicted The Boston Globe September 5, 2007
We'd elect a black president? Old news The Boston Globe December 27, 2006
End to one troubling chapter, but a reopening of another one The Boston Globe November 7, 2006
Time to retire the race card The Boston Globe October 29, 2006
Historical amnesia at the NAACP The Boston Globe July 26, 2006
Musings, random and otherwise The Boston Globe December 23, 2004
The race-baiter in the campaign The Boston Globe November 9, 2003
A bum 'bigotry' rap on Rush The Boston Globe October 5, 2003
The death of American racism The Boston Globe July 13, 2003
Al Sharpton: The Democrat's David Duke The Boston Globe January 16, 2003
A disgrace to a grand old party The Boston Globe December 12, 2002
The new civil rights champions The Boston Globe July 11, 2002
Do these cabbies look like bigots? The Boston Globe July 12, 2001
'Defeated in the bedroom' The Boston Globe July 9, 2001
Who's white? Who's Hispanic? Who cares? The Boston Globe July 5, 2001
Renounce the racists, Senator Lott The Boston Globe April 19, 1999
At the right time, he did the right thing The Boston Globe September 2, 1997
Affirmative action can be fatal The Boston Globe August 14, 1997
Farrakhan and the slave traders The Boston Globe April 1, 1997
Bigotry in black and white The Boston Globe March 11, 1997
A lesson from Birmingham Jail The Boston Globe February 25, 1997
The self-esteem movement goes off the deep end The Boston Globe January 23, 1997
Lower the flag, South Carolina The Boston Globe December 3, 1996
The sky didn't fall on black congressional candidates The Boston Globe November 21, 1996
From whites-only trains to blacks-only classrooms The Boston Globe October 22, 1996
Four ways to jump-start the Kerry campaign The Boston Globe September 26, 1996
A nominee of a different color The Boston Globe September 10, 1996
California's colorblind proposition The Boston Globe August 27, 1996
African Americans find a home in the GOP The Boston Globe August 15, 1996
Of Hindu extremists and a prince's privacy The Boston Globe May 14, 1996
100 years after Plessy, and we're still counting by race The Boston Globe April 25, 1996
Silence on slavery The Boston Globe April 2, 1996
The flames of hatred in the Age of Farrakhan The Boston Globe December 14, 1995
Race doesn't matter The Boston Globe March 16, 1995
Racism is now the exception The Boston Globe August 23, 1994
When judges blunder, the remedy is impeachment The Boston Globe June 28, 1994
Look what's missing from Lani Guinier's book The Boston Globe June 2, 1994
Hotel was unfairly pilloried The Boston Globe May 26, 1994
Farrakhan: A hatred-hustling huckster The Boston Globe March 15, 1994
A blacker shade of racist The Boston Herald September 16, 1991
This apartheid foe says sanctions hurt The Boston Herald May 8, 1991

Book Reviews

Book Title Publication Date
What's Going On
by Nathan McCall
The Weekly Standard October 13, 1997

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