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The study reports that an increase in access to education by previously disadvantaged groups, like blacks and coloureds, has led to an increased chance of marrying Asians, Indians and whites.
Contrarily, the research also revealed that increased education tended to make Asians, coloureds and whites more likely to marry into their own race.
In that light, it’s easy to dismiss Richard Cohen’s much-excoriated column regarding Chris Christie’s chances in the next Iowa caucuses as nothing but more cultural noise.
But after suggesting that the conservative base of today’s Republican party is the political heir to the Dixiecrats of the nineteen-forties—a group wholly dedicated to separation of the races—Cohen goes on to say: Today’s GOP is not racist, as Harry Belafonte alleged about the tea party, but it is deeply troubled — about the expansion of government, about immigration, about secularism, about the mainstreaming of what used to be the avant-garde.
I don’t have a problem with interracial marriage or same-sex marriage.
And groups who have previously been found least likely to marry outside their race – Asians, Indians and whites – are increasingly choosing partners of another race.
The people with “conventional views,” as described by Cohen, don’t actually gag at the sight of the union that produced Dante de Blasio; they gag at the type that produced Barack Obama.
They don’t resent de Blasio’s marriage to a black woman; they resent a culture that offers that relationship public acknowledgement and legitimacy. Virginia, the Supreme Court case that struck down laws prohibiting interracial marriage, centered on the union of a white man and a black woman.
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Despite the obvious factors such as heightened tolerance, increased social contact and awareness of racial issues, it turns out that education is a big factor.
What makes this interesting is that Cohen is simultaneously right and deeply wrong, in ways that he likely didn’t suspect, and that have serious implications for our current politics.