Thursday, June 30, 2016

On the Fact that (According to Economists, Thomas Sowell and Walter E. Williams) in 1961 (Nearly 100 Years After the End of Slavery) Only 22% of Black Kids Were Being Raised in Single-Parent Homes (with a Significant Chunk of that Probably Due to the High Male Death Rates from WW2 and the Korean Conflict) but by 1990 (25 Years After the Introduction of the Welfare State) that Same Rate Had More than Tripled

So much for the enduring effects of slavery argument (as espoused by New York Times and surface-thinkers such as Charles Blow, Nicholas Kristof, Gary Weiss, etc.).

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