What’s the most important thing about a book? The content? Uh-uh. Whatever moral lessons it might teach? Nope.
The single most important thing about any book, according to the sages at our glorious looniversities, is the skin color of the author. That consideration renders all others insignificant.
I rather think that if I ever said something like, “Oh, no, I can’t read that book–it’s written by a black person,” most people would think there was something wrong with me. But if you balk at reading anything written by a white person–well, your college is very anxious for you to continue paying tuition, so anything goes.
Educating ourselves right out of business…