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Carl Hiaasen: Be racist or be dumb. But don’t be both — and definitely not in public

There is a viral video taken in Missouri that probably ought to be required viewing for white people like me, who once thought that the public, defiant, in-your-face racism we saw during our youth had relocated in the shadows.

If George Corley Wallace weren’t dead, he’d obviously still be drawing crowds.

Last week, at a Black Lives Matter rally in Branson, a white woman wearing a Make America Great Again cap angrily exchanged

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