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Joyce Coomer: A lot of truth in The New Yorker article
Comments about: Wanna read something heav? Link to - Head of the Class
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Re: The New Yorker article Ed posted a link for -- Head of the Class.. Go to paragraph five ("Identity politics . . .") and read the first three sentences carefully. This is easy to see in action . . . even if said working class members don't mention any resentments or "disturbing" beliefs . . . and even if said working class members aren't even present! I have heard more than one person who considers themselves to be "tolerant" and "caring" make snide and hateful remarks about people they don't even know because they consider working class people to be uneducated and prejudiced . . . even if said working class people are highly intelligent, honorable, hard-working, take care of themselves and their families, and will help anyone who needs help.Amen. - EW
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