Rand Paul

Paul and the Private Parts
Bigots are not the only ones hurt by bans on discrimination.
Jacob Sullum | May 26, 2010

Last week James Clyburn, a former civil rights activist who is now a Democratic congressman from South Carolina, warned that if Rand Paul is elected to represent Kentucky in the Senate, “it will be the first step…to turning back the gains that we started making way back in the 1860s.” The comment, provoked by the Republican candidate’s criticism of the federal ban on racial discrimination in places of “public accommodation,” was not just hyperbolic but radically misguided, because Paul’s position is based on the same principle that led to the abolition of slavery and the long struggle for equality that followed it: the principle of self-ownership…

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