I See Winston Smith Works for Houghton Mifflin…

Read Jeff Jacoby’s Sacrificing Truth on the Altar of Diversity in today’s Boston Globe. Teaser:

YOU’RE A publisher of children’s textbooks, and you have a problem. Your diversity guidelines — quotas in all but name — require you to include pictures of disabled children in your elementary and high school texts, but it isn’t easy to find handicapped children who are willing and able to pose for a photographer. Kids confined to wheelchairs often suffer from afflictions that affect their appearance, such as cerebral palsy or muscular dystrophy. How can you meet your quota of disability images if you don’t have disabled models who are suitably photogenic?

Go read how.

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