Reporting white death rates makes you a racist?

Last month, two Princeton professors released a groundbreaking new study documenting the rise in white mortality rates, largely from suicide and substance abuse. Now, the duo is under fire for focusing their research on white people, they told the Washington Post.

Angus Deaton, a Nobel laureate, said his wife and research partner, Anne Case, presented their findings recently “and was told, in no uncertain terms: How dare you work on whites.

“I was really beaten up,” Case said. Both said those criticizing them were “senior people” in the field.

Their critics were outraged that Case and Deaton had devoted their time to looking at white mortality, noting that black Americans suffer from higher mortality rates and lower happiness levels than their white counterparts.

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