An Unending Festival of Grievances

Dr. Dalrymple informs us of some long-awaited and surprisingly sane conclusions from a UK government-appointed commission on racial disparities in Britain in his Law & Liberty essay.

This underscores a point that the commission made, one that is much disliked and feared by the providential class, though it is perfectly obvious to anyone with a genuine interest in human beings: namely that immigrants and minorities are not just immigrants and minorities but have both individual and group characteristics that affect their destiny. It is not the character of the receiving country alone that determines the outcome for minorities, but the characteristics of the minorities themselves.

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