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- Our experience with the Nazis had shown one thing: where racism is practiced, it damages the whole community, not just the victim group.
- Then I realized that he was describing racists everywhere and from all times—that this is the religious trait of men who twist their minds to consider racial prejudice a virtue—whether it be a White Citizens Council or Klan member, a Nazi gauleiter, a South African white supremacist or merely someone's aunt who says, "Nobody's worse than those Italians (or Spaniards, or Englishmen, or Danes, etc.)."
- In those days, any mention of racism brought to the public's mind the Nazi suppression of Jewish people, the concentration camps, the gas chambers—and certainly, we protested, we were not like that.
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