Sunday, June 04, 2006

Homogenous Mixtures Make Boring Stories

Why would anybody be surprised that "Black men in America today are deeply divided over the way they see themselves and their country."? Wouldn't you expect some vast differences in opinion anytime you poll large groups of society that cuts across swaths of geographic regions and economic classes? Why does there seem to be an unspoken assumption that "black men" must have homogenous perspectives on themselves and the society around them?


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