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Opinion: Nostalgia Through the Eyes of Many White Men

I recently had a conversation with four men describing the wonders of the “good old days.” How things were so good in our youth. How, in the 1940s, 50s, and even into the early 60s life was beautiful. My friends reveled in their memories and wondered how things had gone so sour. They remembered that


Opinion: On Race Exhibit, Smithsonian Museum Richly Deserves Ridicule

When Pew Research Center asked black and white Americans last year, majorities of each group agreed that race relations in the United States are generally bad. When Pew asked whether the legacy of slavery significantly affects the position of black people in American society, majorities of blacks and whites agreed that it did. The two groups differed

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