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The case revolves around one white man’s claim that he was discriminated against in favor of blacks, but far more is at stake in the deliberations now getting under way before the Supreme Court of the United States. Is America ever really going to be the Land of Opportunity for all its citizens?
They poison the heart, they cripple friendship and love. But sometimes they are the beginning of honesty.
Farming in New England takes place in an atmosphere of siege, but those Yankee dairymen who endure are among the best farmers in the United States.