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The insidious effect of political correctness

March 31, 2014
By DR. BEN CARSON , Williamsport Sun-Gazette

When I was in high school in Detroit, there was a great deal of emphasis on clothing. As I became increasingly interested in fitting in with the "in crowd," fashion supplanted academic achievement in my hierarchy of importance. My grades plummeted, and I became a person who was less pleasant and more self-absorbed.



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