The case for discrimination

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January 2, 2011
by Walter Block  
Posted in Commentary

"In the days of yore, to say that a man was discriminating was to pay him a compliment. It meant that he had taste; he could distinguish between the poor, the mediocre, the good and the excellent. His ability to make fine distinctions enabled him to live a better life than otherwise. Nowadays, in our politically correct times, discrimination implies racial and/or sexual hatred." (01/03/11)  

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