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We’re in trouble when the U.S. can learn from South Africa’s mistakes

JOHANNESBURG, South Africa — When both blacks and whites in a city that was a cradle for apartheid are shocked by racial violence in America, it’s beyond shameful. It is Sunday, the day after Heather Heyer, a 32-year-old paralegal, was mowed down in Charlottesville, Va., by a driver said to be a white supremacist. Every […]
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