Politics is Not the Answer to Black Economic Woes

Politics is Not the Answer to Black Economic Woes.

Make no mistake, some government intervention may be justified as legitimate compensation for past (and still lingering) injustices, but this argument rings less and less true after two or three generations. Hard to argue the legacy of slavery impedes black youngsters from cracking the books and paying attention in class. Or that discrimination hinders saving money to start a business.  To be politically incorrect, politics has become a cheap substitute for the traditional (and often painful) formula for slow but sure economic progress.”

The soft bigotry of low expectaions.

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