Identity Politics: The Superstition that Divides

Identity Politics: The Superstition that Divides   Wikipedia tells us “The term identity politics has been used in political discourse since at least the 1970s.” and “Identity politics refers to political positions based on the interests (sic) and perspectives of social groups with which people identify.” [1] An example of identity politics is the policy of “affirmative action” (including racial preferences) as practiced by American educational institutions.… Read the rest

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