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Opinion | Notable & Quotable: Critical Race Theory

Benjamin Wallace-Wells writing for the New Yorker, June 10:

It is interesting—and slightly ironic—that critical race theory, with its invocations of structural racism, should be so central to the policy debate right now: part of its teaching is that the patterns of American society can’t be easily dislodged by a change in manners, and that if you are snapping your fingers to make the past disappear you are only doing so in tandem with the rhythms of the past.

Jeannie Suk Gersen writing for the New Yorker, June 8:

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