Aside from the obvious moral issues, institutionalized racism was bad for business. The foundation of America’s economic greatness has always been free people making free choices in a free market system. Today, as some of the more-liberal Northern governments are piling new restrictions on businesses, the business climate in the old South looks more and more inviting to entrepreneurs and workers of all races. The recent rate of growth of Southern-based companies gives testament to the advantages of a true free enterprise system.
Jim Crow and Capitalism | The Other Half of History
[QUOTE=calamity;1061484846]I was being facetious while making a point.[/
See , the article makes my point. Institutionalized racism through dependence is bad for bussiness.
I mean , not even you could try and make the connection between less regulations, lower taxes, good economies and jim crowe laws.
If you were you would bmaking the absurd connection that overly regulated and bankrupt liberal states ( plague states ) are better off because Democrats like to lie about not being racist.
My Awakening: Chapter 18
Jews, Communism and Civil Rights
by David Duke
The following is a Chapter from European American civil rights activist David Duke's ground breaking autobiography, "My Awakening". This chapter helps to shed light on many aspect of the so-called "civil rights" movement that have never before been seen.
...Mattie Smith told me that the Jews had the leading role in the efforts to destroy the very underpinnings of our race and our heritage. I had read that Jews were the leaders of the academic movement promoting the idea that races are equal in their physical and mental abilities. In looking into the foundations of racial egalitarianism, I found that adherents of international Communism pioneered the modern notions of racial equality. In America, Marxist organizations quickly gained ascendancy in the remnants of the old abolitionist movements.