The current issue of Economist's main article is about "weak males"—blue-collar men in First World economies..
The weaker sexThe poster boy for "weak males" lives in Tallulah, Louisiana.[Manhood, May 30th 2015 ] Three quarters of the weaker males in 2010 in Tallulah, are black according to the US Census Bureau. Is there any mention of this in the feature article?
Blue-collar men in rich countries are in trouble. They must learn to adapt
May 30th 2015
The second sentence in the article quotes a Tallulah woman. "They don't do nothin."
End of discussion. There is also no discussion of immigration.
James Fulford writes: A heavy driver of black, blue collar unemployment is immigration—blacks are displaced by Mexican cheap labor. When there was an immigration raid on a Howard Industries plant in Mississippi, American workers cheered the DHS employees leading the Mexican workers away in handcuffs. They were black American workers.