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"I don't think it's as simple as Luke says," Barney broke in. "There are a lot of places in this country, and I bet there always have been, where if you're all alone in what you think, and you say what you think, you get treated like a leper or criminal." (Barney Roth, Chapter 2, page 10.)

"Mr. Moore was wondering whether anyone in the social studies department had a large photograph of Martin Luther King, but he dropped the idea. It would look phony - the only photograph on the wall without himself in it. Maybe he could say he'd been sick that day. No, too curious a coincidence. Well, he must invite more black speakers. There was certainly an imbalance on that wall. It would take a while to make it ten percent black, but that was a sound goal." (Narrator, Chapter 4, page...

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