Moses gave us the Ten Commandments. Paul gave us the epistles. And Ta-Nehisi gave us, Between the World and Me.
The new book by Atlantic writer Ta-Nehisi Coates, in the form of a letter to his son, has been greeted with a rapturous reception that brooks no dissent.
National Review editor Rich Lowry has a bad and dismissive review of Ta-Nehisi Coates's latest book, Between the World and Me, in which he repeats my least favorite statistic in all of social policy: