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Why liberals should stop trying to 'help' black Americans

The efforts culminated in the passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Voting Rights Act of 1965, which outlawed racial discrimination in employment and education and ensured the ability of blacks to register and vote.

But what about the social policy and thinking that arose from the ruins of Jim Crow? Good intentions aside, which efforts have facilitated black advancement, and which efforts have impeded it?

Many liberals today don't seem particularly interested in asking this question, even though 50 years into the war on poverty the picture isn't pretty.

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