Thursday, July 24, 2014

Deed restrictions and discrimination as "ethical"

My good friend, Randy Mayeux writes in a most revealing way about a problem that persists in other, more respectable forms even today. 

Read what he has to say here.

2 comments:

Roger Cook said...

And therein we can see a difference between ethics and morality. Without morality to guide your ethics, you end up with things like sex-selective abortion, deed restrictions, and negative eugenics.

Richard Corum said...

Very interesting question, but I would have liked for him to have given some concrete examples. In Memphis there are neighborhoods that are begging for help in getting gangs out in order to maintain order and property values. I think they have the right to live in a peaceful environment.