Professor sues to end PC speech restrictions

July 26, 2001

Constitutionality of Minnesota’s computer policy also at stake

Washington, D.C. – A Minneapolis-area history professor muzzled by college administrators filed suit in federal court today to protect his First Amendment rights, after finding himself in the middle of the battle raging on college campuses between political correctness and free speech. North

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Affirmative action fails again

July 13, 2001

By Charles Krauthammer

Washington Post, July 13, 2001

In a 1996 referendum, California voters outlawed racial preferences. Or did they? At the University of California, a lovely backdoor has been found for beating the ban.

The maneuver appears wholly innocuous. Who, after all, would complain if UC decided to give the SAT II

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Misperceptions Cloud Whites’ View of Blacks

July 11, 2001

By Richard Morin, Staff Writer

Washington Post, July 11, 2001

Whether out of hostility, indifference or simple lack of knowledge, large numbers of white Americans incorrectly believe that blacks are as well off as whites in terms of their jobs, incomes, schooling and health care, according to a national survey by The

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