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What Now?

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The Maine Campus

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In a nation that professes tolerance we're mighty slow in doing anything that resembles tolerance. Maine failed to pass a law requiring housing to be anti-discriminatory. The nation's Senate is now embroiled in a debate that may well end in crippling amendments to a law of tolerance. And a racist polls 250,000 votes in Wisconsin. What does this all mean?


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