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The story begins as an unnamed husband is in the kitchen helping his wife, Ann, with the dishes, as he does every night. In fact, he is happy to help with the dishes because it lets him show how his wife how considerate he is, proving that he is sensitive to her needs. As well, as they go through their normal chores, they talk and, as they do, the conversation turns to interracial marriage and the fact that the husband is against it.

The wife is rather surprised at the husband's response and wants to know why he thinks that black people should not marry white people. The husband's explanation is that white people and black people come from different cultures and they would not be able to know each other truly in their marriage. However, the wife continually asks him to clarify the fact...

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