Jared Taylor

Jared Taylor is the author of Paved With Good Intentions: The Failure of Race Relations in Contemporary America ( 1992).

Latest by Jared Taylor in Chronicles

  • The Revolution in Civil Rights Law
    October 1993

    The Revolution in Civil Rights Law

    It has been nearly 30 years since the passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. By banning discrimination in employment and public accommodations the law was meant to minimize the role of race in the daily lives of Americans.

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  • AIDS Capital of the Nation

    San Francisco, the AIDS capital of the nation, is presumably a city that should be open to a variety of views on how to combat the virus. As the experience of Dr. Lorraine Day of San Francisco General Hospital suggests, the greater the concentration of homosexuals and AIDS carriers in an area, the narrower the limits of the debate.

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  • January 1990

    Racism at Stanford?

    The resurgence of campus racism has been a big topic in the news for nearly a year now. According to the often-cited National Institute Against Prejudice and Violence in Baltimore, the number grows all the time.

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  • September 1989

    Complaint Department

    Americans complain endlessly about income taxes. And yet we hardly ever reflect on the heart of the matter: that even if every tax dollar were wisely spent, the very principle of the income tax is unfair.

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