Category Archives: Affirmative Action

Diversity, Inclusion, and Equity: Evolution of Race and Ethnicity Considerations for the Cardiology Workforce in the United States of America From 1969 to 2019

From the Journal of the American Heart Association: * The AAMC “Project 3000 by 2000” began in 1990.24 The goal was to enroll 3000 “underrepresented in medicine” students per year in medical schools by the year 2000.31 Despite additional “pipeline” … Continue reading

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Christopher Caldwell’s The Age of Entitlement: America Since the Sixties

From the comments at Steve Sailer: * For whites, there are actually four possible outcomes: 1. Destruction 2. Reconquista 3. Fleeing to nations where they will be protected. 4. Break up of the U.S. into ethnic states, whites forming one … Continue reading

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Why Did The Jewish Community Switch Swides On Affirmative Action?

Jacob Scheer writes: “The explanation put forward by this article is that Jews have become America’s WASPs. They back the current system of affirmative action because it protects their self-interest as a group with outsize political and social influence. As … Continue reading

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Affirmative Action 2017

Steve Sailer writes: Consider an SAT score of 700, which is common for students at strong private universities such as USC or NYU. On the SAT exam in 2016, for instance, I estimate that only about 645 blacks in the … Continue reading

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NYT: ‘Even With Affirmative Action, Blacks and Hispanics Are More Underrepresented at Top Colleges Than 35 Years Ago’

There’s no mention of IQ in this New York Times article. When you account for IQ, there’s no significant under-representation for blacks and latinos in America’s top universities and in high IQ occupations. The average African-American IQ in America is … Continue reading

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