Scoring the Predictions of "The Bell Curve" After 20 Years
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bellcurveMy new Taki’s Magazine column reviews the downbeat predictions made 20 years ago in the pessimistic Chapter 21 of Richard J. Herrnstein’s and Charles Murray’s The Bell Curve. For example:
“One possibility is that a variety of old police practices—especially the stop-and-frisk—will quietly come back into use in new guises.”
“Child care in the inner city will become primarily the responsibility of the state.”
Do these policies remind you of any 21st Century mayors of New York City?

Read the whole thing there.

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