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Wrong Turn: A Sympathetic Critique of the Civil Rights Movement

Wrong Turn: A Sympathetic Critique of the Civil Rights Movement

This book argues that the antidiscrimination laws should be repudiated and repealed, without allowing the reintroduction of Jim Crow rules, rules mandating segregation (de jure) and discrimination. It will turn out that the same principles which forbid Jim Crow law prohibit antidiscrimination law.

Towards the end of our analysis, this book examines an overlooked arena which offers considerable promise in combating racism: etiquette. We badly need to develop rules of etiquette appropriate for the multicultural world that we all inhabit and are inevitably going to continue to inhabit.
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