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Journalist Discovers a Pervasive "New Intolerance"

Editor's Note: This article excerpt was published in The New Statesman, a British magazine described as "left of center." Cristina Odone is the former ...


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"Guess Who": Father Forced to Accept Differences

Guess Who is a popular comedy about a young black woman and her white boyfriend. When Teresa brings her boyfriend home to visit her parents, her father ...


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Pastor Challenges the Church to Be Colorblind

[James] Meeks [pastor of Salem Baptist Church in Chicago] hopes to persuade African American and white evangelicals to work together. And he's willing ...


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"The Education of Little Tree": Little Girl Mimics Her Parent's Prejudice

The Education of Little Tree, with James Cromwell, is the story of an eight-year-old, part-Indian boy growing up in the Tennessee Smoky Mountains in the ...


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Intolerance Can Be a Virtue

I was dismayed recently when I read what one senator said. This particular senator announced himself as a Republican candidate for the presidency. While ...


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Where Does Intolerance Begin?

Our society wrestles with many passionate social movements, including pleas for tolerance. But the capacity to know the difference between tolerance and ...


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Racism Still Alive

I recently went to the Smoky Mountains with some friends to do some rock climbing. We came to a small town near Knoxville, Tennessee, and pulled into ...


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Don't Misplace Tolerance

Tolerance applies only to persons, but never to truth. Intolerance applies only to truth, but never to persons. Tolerance applies to the erring; intolerance ...


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Intolerant Tolerance

Liberals are always for the inclusion of every possible point of view except those points of view that do not include every possible point of view.


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Overcoming Intolerance

Never let us think evil of men who do not see as we do. From the bottom of our hearts let us pity them, and let us take them by the hand and spend time ...


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