Where the rubber meets the road in the opposition to liberalism

According to Ken Hechtman, Carolyn Hax’s PC requirement that people must not prefer to date or marry people of their own race is the moral equivalent of the pre-Civil Rights social order in America, in which people were strongly socially discouraged and, in the South, legally barred from marrying people of other races; both sets of mandates, he says, interfere in “the most personal and private feeling there is.” I reply.

Posted by Lawrence Auster at October 03, 2009 12:54 PM | Send

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