Of Mice and Men

Why is the stable buck set apart from the other men?

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He's sort of like the foreman (boss) of the other stable hands, so he stays alone.
He is set apart from the other men because he is African-American and people of the 1930's were very racist, especially in the souther United States, where Of Mice and Men is set.