You say you've done "research". A crucial part of research - as any real scientist of any discipline will tell you - is that you must examine all sides of the issue...because if you decide to not objectively consider the data that runs counter to your suspicions, then you run a real risk of coming up with skewed statistics.
You say you did "sociological, anthropological, legal, and other forms of academic research". So...was this part of a dissertation subject to critical review? Did you reference not only books but especially peer-reviewed publications? Did you also reference material that ran counter to your conclusions, in order to show that you examined all sides of the issue? Did you have to defend your conclusions to the academic board?
In other words, there's research and then there's research. Maybe you did - I don't know. But I do know this: you made a broad-brush accusation, a sweeping judgement: "The fact that the VAST MAJORITY of white Americans are still racist". You didn't say "many" or only "most", but "the VAST MAJORITY" in all caps to boot. That, sir, is by definition a broad-brush accusation, and one borne not of research, but of assumption.
“To do evil, a human being must first of all believe that what he’s doing is good" - Solzhenitsyn
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