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When it comes to critical race theory, strong opinions abound. Proponents declare that it’s “the only way we hold the devil at bay,” while the conservative Heritage Foundation insists that its embrace would “destroy our military.” Recently, the amorphous concept has stirred growing debate not just in the world of education policy but also in the national conversation…
The folly of blaming individuals for fatalities that could have been prevented.