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Courtesy Revisited

August 02, 1992

When a non-black clerk or waiter is rude to Coleman, it's racism. When a non-black clerk or waiter is nice to her, that's racism, too. The illustration with the column shows Coleman's left shoulder lower than the right. Could that be from the weight of the chip?

WINSTON BOKICH

Berkeley

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