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IN DARKNESS, WE MUST BE THE LIGHT

AMERICA REACHED A KIND of consensus around race after the street fights and legal battles of the 1960s. The naked racism of the previous generation was banished. The likes of the John Birch Society were made outcasts in our politics. But that didn’t mean that prejudice was stripped from the

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