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By STEVEN FINDLAY Nazis and white supremacists.  Charlottesville.  Immigration policy and DACA.  Climate change.   In the context of these issues, there’s been much discussion of late about moral and ethical principles and American values.  There is, of course, no moral equivalency between white supremacists and those who oppose and protest them.   People who
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