October 31, 1983

Discrimination Hurts Everyone

This letter to the editor discusses the universal disadvantages of racial discrimination, including lower economic productivity, fewer cultural achievements, and more competition among blacks and whites with lower levels of education as blacks face discrimination at the college level. He concludes that affirmative action cannot make up for the cultural damage done by discrimination, but it may redistribute the remaining cultural resources more evenly among blacks and whites.

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