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Quotation by James Baldwin
The establishment of democracy on the American continent was scarcely as radical a break with the past as was the necessity, which Americans faced, of broadening this concept to include black men.
James Baldwin (1924–1987), U.S. author. repr. In Notes of a Native Son (1955). "Stranger in the Village," Harper's (New York, Oct. 1953).
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