Wednesday, September 06, 2006


A fascinating read from Walter Williams at TownHall on the meaning of discrimination.

I think a number of the commentators misunderstand the point of the article- On one hand it's just to examine the notion of discrimination as imply an act of individual choice- And on the other hand it's about how certain choices become larger issues when we attach these moral implications to them. And of course, it's all about freedom of association. Don't read any policy into this, I think Prof. Williams wants to get people thinking above all else.


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