The Democratic Double standard would definitely be applied.
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We finding them aliens anyway boys
Hacker (1992), citing several black psychologists, notes that "Black children are more attended to their body and physical needs" ans that blacks interrupt whenever they can. Of course, though, even some teachers notice differences between blacks and white students - but most of the time they keep it to themselves. Black students have "little conception of ordinary white decorum", and that - when speaking - "blacks just tried to yell over each other" (Jackson, 2009). When it came to the behavior of the females, they often danced "in the halls, in the classroom, on the chairs..." Jackson remarks that unlike whites who tread lightly on the subject of race, blacks could be "brutal" because of how "directly critical" they were; like saying, for example, "Yo' kid a bastard. Yo' lips big." Grammar between blacks and whites students is also noticeable, with blacks using dialect like "Whar da badroom at?" Black students, according to Jackson, had no interest in academic subjects and were often very violent, something which is supported by school discipline rates (Mac Donald, 2018). One may pin this onto a "failed education" system that hasn't hurt whites, but Cocoran et al. (2013) found that black schools, on average, had teachers with more experience and with more formal education. Kay (2008) notes that in college, black students act "smart, motivated, punctual" like how a student should be, but many of these students are often faking it and perform worse than their white peers. Indeed, using the Young Adult Literacy Survey (IQ test of sorts) showed that of black college graduates, only 18% could summarise the contents of a newspaper and 11% could understand a bus schedule. The sample size was nationally representative. Even in college admission tests, blacks and whites differ in intelligence - something not expected if education made a difference (Farron 2005; Theory 2018).
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I polled you on which 3rd Party or Independent Candidates you liked, and here are their statuses of running! It seems as a whole, a lot of you are interested in who the Green Party will put forward. // Unless Rep. Amash runs 3rd Party, I don’t think a Green Party or Libertarian Party Candidate could possibly win in 2020. Still, in 2016 a lot of people listened to Jill Stein and Gov. Gary Johnson, and they had a decent amount of influence on voters. Whoever wins the 3rd Party nominations will get some national attention, so it’s interesting to see who will reach that platform. // I personally like Kim Ruff (L), State Rep. Max Abramson (L), and Ian Schlakman (G), though I’d never vote for any of them over the 2020 Democrat.