Tag Archives: Thomas Sowell

Kangaroo Courts on Campus?

“There is a price to pay for allowing unsubstantiated accusations to prevail, and that price extends beyond particular young men whose lives can be ruined by false charges. The whole atmosphere of learning is compromised when male faculty have to protect themselves from accusations by female students.” Continue reading

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Why affirmative action failed black families where it matters most

“Women are the only ‘oppressed’ group…to be born into the middle class and upper class as frequently as the ‘oppressor.’” Continue reading

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