Amy Wax, who specializes in social welfare law and policy, is not new to controversy. In commentary she co-wrote with another academic last summer for Philly.com, Wax called for the return of “bourgeois” culture.”
She said that “the single-parent, antisocial habits, prevalent among some working-class whites; the anti-“acting white” rap culture of inner-city Blacks; and the anti-assimilation ideas gaining ground among some Hispanic immigrants are all incompatible with an advanced, free market economy and destructive to America as a whole.”
Wax doubled down on her sentiment with comments to the Daily Pennsylvanian during that same summer. She claimed “everyone wants to go to countries ruled by white Europeans” because their cultural norms were superior. I don’t shrink from the word ‘superior.’”
As with this most recent controversy, Wax’s comments at the time were roundly condemned her faculty colleagues and her students.
Wax has been a professor at Penn Law since 2001.
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