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06 August 2006

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I had thought that the clear implication of my commment in the context of Bill's post and my own linked post was that the discussion SHOULD revolve around important the important empirical debate

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"I cannot help but respond to the (no doubt unintended) implication in Josh Wright's comment that the critics of Sander's work have not taken his argument seriously."

My comment was certainly not intended to imply that the critics engaging Sander's empirical results on the merits were not taking his argument seriously. I had thought that the clear implication of my commment in the context of Bill's post and my own linked post was that the discussion SHOULD revolve around important the important empirical debate (i.e. including your work and the work of other critics). What is "not taking the work seriously" is to make claims that results have been debunked without reference to these issues. It was this type of rhetoric that motivated my post -- not real scholarly attempts to confront the empirical issues surrounding affirmative action, like Richard's and others.

To the extent that this was unclear from my comment, I hope this helps.

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