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A Race Tale To Two Cities

I spent some years of my boyhood in Dallas, Texas. And this summer's events in both Dallas and the Twin Cities brought on both a flood of memories (of Dallas) and a few epiphanies about our so-called North Country utopia. I lived in Dallas in '61, 62, and part of '63, from ages 9-11, during the years of the civil rights conflicts. Most of our neighbors in the all white suburb of Irving were friendly.
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