Signs of the Times

From "Thought for Today"an editorial messagein The Sacramento Union, California

When racial discrimination is deplored, observers invariably speak of the effect upon the victims, not the perpetrators. But the persecutors likewise should be pitied. They perhaps are so blind that they do not realize the extent of their violation of God's law of brotherly love and of this nation's tradition—from its very founding —that all men are created equal.

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