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Masking Our 'Racist Attitude'

February 01, 1988

Something is radically wrong in our society when Snyder is drawn and quartered for stating opinions that at worst are described as controversial and naive, while Coretta Scott King appears in public with President Ronald Reagan, a man who by word, deed, appointment and nomination has shown himself to be the antithesis of everything her husband, Dr. King, lived, worked and died for.

It seems as though the triumph of style over substance is nearly complete.

MICHAEL DAVIDSON

Studio City

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