Quote From Colin Powell

“We had plenty of white problem soldiers. But proportionately we had more disciplinary problems with blacks. Less opportunity, less education, less money, fewer jobs for blacks equaled more antisocial behavior in the States, and these attitudes traveled. I also observed that black soldiers were less skillful at manipulating the system than while troublemakers. The blacks tended to be defiant, as if breaking the rules were a badge of black pride. Their attitude seemed to be “Take that” whereas the white offenders’ attitude was ‘Who? Little me, sir?’

– Colin Powell
April 5, 1937 – present
1995, page 185, ISBN 0-345-40728-8

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