his posts on the "Indian Wars" out there at the University of West New
Hampshire. It's good reading.
Also with a note on the issue is Drew Cline
who argues that the conservative
Review needlessly made itself enemies by posting a "full-page
cover illustration of a crazed-looking Indian warrior carrying a scalp."
Ronald Bailey reports on a debate over the black/white
IQ gap between Charles Murray and James Flynn. Interesting,
and the conclusion makes sense too:
No matter who turns out to be right in the nature versus nature debate
over why there is a gap in black/white IQ scores, the idea that we must
strive to treat every person as an individual, not as a representative
of some group or other, seems right to me.
Me too. And embracing that idea at Dartmouth, for example, would do
a world of good. Unfortunately, it's unlikely to happen as long as
playing the victimized-group card remains a viable ploy.
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