Monthly Archives: March 2000

Educational Hype vs. Results

Today’s LA Times carried a front-page story on the remarkable educational achievements of elementary schools in the impoverished Inglewood District. Despite their heavily poor and immigrant student body, these schools produced standardized test scores comparable to those of very affluent … Continue reading

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Critique of “Race and Republicans”

My “Race and Republicans” article in The American Entreprise generated a considerable amount of response, mostly quite positive. However, Steve Sailer replied to the article with a friendly but very skeptical analysis, suggested that my policy of “Unzism” (pro-immigration & … Continue reading

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Democrats’ Double Standard on Campaign Reform

Democrats’ Double Standard on Campaign Reform by Ron Unz New York Times, Friday, March 10, 2000 PALO ALTO, Calif. — Tuesday’s crushing defeat of a sweeping campaign finance measure in California thwarted reform in a state much in need of it. … Continue reading

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Unmasking the Democratic Party

This past Wednesday, even as Democratic Presidential candidates Al Gore and Bill Bradley were debating in Los Angeles over which was the stronger supporter  of campaign finance reform, the California Democratic Party was pouring $500,000 into the campaign to defeat the campaign … Continue reading

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