Re: IQ AND RACE. The taboo subject.
14 Feb 1995 09:14:40 GMT
In article <email@example.com>,
Rod Hagen <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>In article <D3qqE8.email@example.com>, firstname.lastname@example.org (Stephen Lajoie) wrote:
>> Well, the is a case in the news now. Francis Lawrence, president of
>> Rutgers university, said that SAT scores were unfair because black
>> students lacked the genetic and hereditary background needed to score
>> high on them.
Yes, I hope they fire that racist bigot, Francis Lawrence and hire a
*truly* fair president. This *truly* fair president will
accept students based souly on their previous grades, and their
SAT test score, and nothing more. No questions about race will be asked
on application, and no census will be taken to see what
the racial distribution is. They should only except students who score
1000 or better on their SAT, and who maintained a B average
in their high school. If they want to rase or lower their standard,
that is fine, as long as they are consistent with *all* the students
all the time. If they want to give an interview, it should be
done with student behind the wall, and students voice altered
so as not to diverge their race.
Only then will the black applicants have a fair shot at going
to this school. It's about time we judge students based
souly on their past achievements, and their SAT score, and nothing
more. This is the most fair way, because there is absolutely positively
*no* difference between blacks, whites, and Asians, in terms of
their academic ability and their intelligence, and to give
preferential treatment to any race is an insult to the race
that is getting the preferential treatment.