Monthly Archives: March 2010

Hispanic Crime: The Complete Debate

Hispanic Crime: The Debate by Ron Unz The American Conservative, March 12, 2010 (Updated) Compendium of Major Commentary, Listed in Chronological Order His-Panic by Ron Unz The American Conservative, March 2010

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Hispanic Crime Estimates

Hispanic Crime Estimates by Ron Unz The American Conservative, March 12, 2010 I’m afraid that Jason Richwine’s latest posting in the Great Hispanic Crime Debate makes a very silly claim. He seemingly comes close to accusing me of intellectual dishonesty for pointing out that … Continue reading

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Unz on Hispanic Crime IV: Horrors—My Estimates Might Be 10% Off!

As discussed in my blog posting from a few days ago, attached below, the discovery that the “Gold Standard” PPIC ethnic incarceration numbers for California were already age-adjusted means they appear to be about 10% higher than my own California … Continue reading

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PPIC Data on Hispanic Incarceration (Plus P.S.)

PPIC Data on Hispanic Incarceration (Plus P.S.) by Ron Unz The American Conservative, March 9, 2010 Kudos to Jason Richwine for his fine shoe-leather work in contacting the PPIC staff and determining that the ethnic incarceration figures provided in their … Continue reading

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Unz on Hispanic Crime III: Them vs. Unz

With a flurry of critical responses to my article published in the last few days—four on Wednesday alone!—I had to scramble to produce my own rebuttal, but I think I covered most of the bases. In particular, since the independent … Continue reading

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Them vs. Unzism

Them vs. Unzism by Ron Unz The American Conservative, March 4, 2010 With four long replies to my Hispanic crime article having appeared just in the last 24 hours, I obviously cannot respond to every point raised, but I’ll try to address … Continue reading

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