As condemnations of “systemic racism” expand across America, far less attention is being given to the philosophical roots of the accusation—roots which make clear how different from normal talk of “racism” this is today.
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The fall of the Berlin Wall was an early memory as a child, scarcely comprehended. Americans today don’t seem to grasp its full import either. But they should.