TFPO column: race and the possibility of national dialogue

I don't normally feel compelled to comment on race related issues, especially when the news media is in feeding frenzy. Rightly or not, it seems to me that everything that can be said on the matter has been said. We know what the problem is. We know what the solution is. Or, at least, we have ideas of what the solution might be even if we disagree on the details. Yet, the spectre of racism haunts us still. The fundamental question is, is it still racism? And if it is, what is the underlying root cause beyond the obvious consequences of history?

Race and the Possibility of National Dialogue

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