He quotes Eamonn Butler:
Without constitutional rules to prevent minorities being exploited by majorities, democracy will turn into mere majoritarian populism, or into rotating elected dictatorships.
Then, via a link to schools segregation in Virginia, we get to this from Smurf:
What’s the link with Charlottesville? Well, that’s where much of this economic logic began, and not least as part of the resistance to the process of granting equal rights. And as the right wing have got more powerful, and their think tanks more aggressive it is appropriate to make clear that their aim is to defend fundamental divides in society.
So, how and why was school desegregation, indeed all of Jim Crow, overturned? Constitutional protections preventing minorities being exploited by majorities, exactly that protection from majoritarian populism.
Thus we at the ASI are racist fascists because we support the constitutional limitations which prevent something like Jim Crow.
That’s pretty good even by Richard Murphy’s standards.