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James W. Loewen at Busboys & Poets

Sales have passed 1.5 million copies for James Loewen’s book, Lies My Teacher Told Me. His book Sundown Towns gives a shocking portrait of racism throughout the country, of white people refusing to let those of other races and religions live in … Continue reading

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Moving the color line

I just finished reading Not In My Neighborhood: How Bigotry Shaped A Great American City by Antero Pietila. I had met the author and had lunch with him at the Roundtable of Baltimore Historians at the Maryland Historical Society in … Continue reading

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