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Reply to "Let's do some detective work - Walter Williams"

I get you point. Of course, the stance and opportunity must be afforded every other non-European. I think the "give and take" of the Constitution is a major part of its strength. Remember palm trees grow the way they do, because that's what it takes to survive.

For all of Walter Williams' constitutional posturing, he says nothing about the protection of the Constitution not being afford people who look like him.

When you look closely, most the changes we would like to have are not specifically expressed in the text of the Constitution. Most of our problems, African Aamerican problems, are of policy and practice.

Many of our problems are limitations we put on ourselves.

As much as we hate to hear it, we are indeed our own worst enemy. If we aren't, the person who is looks an awfully lot like us.


Jim Chester

You are who you say you are. Your children are who you say you are.