Sep 30 2008
Political scientists today who study what’s called the “new racism” say, however, that while the underlying stereotypes remain, what’s new is how they are expressed (or ratherÂ notexpressed) publicly. Because social scorn attends public expressions of overt racism, neoracists are more subtle: For instance, they may talk about “welfare spending” and support “school choice” as a substitute for saying “Let’s not give public funds to black people”; or they trumpet “family values” as code for expressing their belief that minorities don’t have them.
What a bunch of liberal, whiney crap. Maybe just don’t buy the snake oil?