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If you are the (venerable?) Jamelle Bouie, chief political correspondent for Slate, the provenance of “racist” as the worst insult in modern America goes something like this: At first, “racism” simply referred to an objective reality, a useful heuristic for categorization, not unlike “brunette” or “Haitian.” The fact that, for example, Trump was elected by […]
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