In a Just World...
By Bryan Caplan
In a just world, no researcher would be fired for truthfully stating that some kinds of immigrants have low IQs.
In a just world, however, researchers would be fired for arguing that people with below-average IQs should be denied their basic human right to accept a job offer from any willing employer.
Despite their correlation, the two views are worlds apart. And despite popular opinion, it is the second opinion, not the first, that civilized society should shun.