On May 22, the NYT ran one of their "Room for Debate"
symposiums, this one on "Is Anti-White Bias a Problem?
When Prejudice Is So Malleable
Patricia J. Williams, professor, Columbia Law School
David E. Bernstein, law professor, George Mason University
Paul Butler, law professor, George Washington University
Abigail Thernstrom, U.S. Commission on Civil Rights
Jeffrey Rosen, author, "The Most Democratic Branch"
Victoria C. Plaut, U.C. Berkeley Law School
Michael I. Norton, Harvard Business School andÂ Samuel R. Sommers, psychologist, Tufts University
Notice anybody missing? Oh, yeah, the guy, Jared Taylor, who has a brand new book out on precisely this topic: White Identity: Racial Consciousness in the 21st Century
. It's quite likely, indeed, that the NYT's topic was inspired in part or indirectly by Taylor's book, which I reviewed 7 days earlier. (A lot of topics I bring up get quickly laundered into the high end blogosphere by Matthew Yglesias, among others.)
But, evidently, there's no room for debate when it comes to Jared Taylor.