False Black Power?
Jason Riley talked about his book False Black Power?, in which he argues that political capital for blacks has been a disadvantage for the race in terms of economic upward mobility.
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Lawrence Mone President Manhattan Institute for Policy Research
Jason L. Riley Member Wall Street Journal->Editorial Board
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