Attitudes and actions have consequences

Sowell, Thomas
September 2011
Indianapolis Business Journal;9/13/2011 Supplement, p12B
The article offers the author's insights regarding the effort of Philadelphia Mayor Michael A. Nutter to stop the violence being brought by African American youth. The author says that racial disparities can be due to the differences in treating these races, in which there can never be any differences in behavior. He also mentions that the violent attacks of African Americans to White Americans are racially motivated.


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