Blacks and whites do not just disagree about the prevalence of racism; they have different understandings of what racism is. Bridging the gap requires a new look at the language of race and ethnicity in America.
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The president's plan does little but add another battering ram to his ongoing economic war against America’s allies.
Eschewing policies to lower costs here, the president tells drug companies to raise their prices abroad. (We’re not making this up.)
The country spends millions of federal dollars to combat an extremely rare problem—food stamp abuse.