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Taboo

10 Facts [You Can't Talk About]
Narrated by: Mirron Willis
Length: 8 hrs and 43 mins

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Publisher's Summary

It has become virtually impossible to honestly discuss race, gender, and class issues in mainstream American society because if you dare repeat certain "tabooo truths", you'll be ostracized as a bigot. Professor Wilfred Reilly (author of Hate Crime Hoax and The $50,000,000 Question) fearlessly presents ten of these truths here and investigates why the mainstream is so afraid to acknowledge that they're true. Among these taboo truths are

  • men and women are different, although equal;
  • there is no epidemic of police murdering black people;
  • crime rates vary among ethnic groups; and
  • there are almost no "pay gaps" between big groups, when variables other than race and sex are adjusted for.
©2020 Wilfred Reilly (P)2020 Blackstone Publishing

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  • Haydon Hill
  • 29-03-2020

MUST READ

The author uses data and logic to expose flaws in narratives we're constantly being fed, by one extreme or another.

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  • Andrew Parchman
  • 29-01-2020

a good follow-up to the last one.

I wish that they were more writings like this. More intellectual swine to speak with a calm cool demeanor and a sense of humor helps to digest the good word

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  • Miss Trudy E. Dowdell
  • 07-02-2020

not as good as had thought

not great tbh. it was quite repetitive and the facts weren't there as solid as you would like. the numbers were there but no hard facts that would back up the opinion. maybe because I missed the print version I didn't get to read the reference list. but was disappointed that I bought it.