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Public Attitudes Surrounding Diversity And Multiculturalism

The debate around the benefits of diversity and multiculturalism is a raging one. In order to analyze general political attitudes, assess incoherent views, and extract a larger perspective in relation to government policy, one needs to take a look at views seeking to promote inclusivity at school, in neighborhoods, and at the work place. These policies include immigration, affirmative action, racial and ...

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Blacks And The Formation Of A Free Society

What can be said for the future of the modern American Black? Should he be expected to reach the level of the white man, and does he hold a place in a free society? As the percentage of blacks in the United States expands towards 15% and racial tensions grow deeper, we must explore the problems that the black population pose and suggest solutions.

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10 Signs You Might Be A Cuckertarian

By now everybody knows (or at least should know) that a cuckold is a historical term for a man whose wife has sex with other men. In modern pornography, it’s typically a white man whose white wife has sex with a black man. In the political world, “cuck” has come to describe someone that supports something against their interest. The ...

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