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make and what was disturbing you.
That some progress is more apparent than real.
I guess you wouldn't want to destroy even the apparent.
It still holds out at least rays of hope, does it not?
I presume so. Unless, it used to divert attention from the
areas that need serious attention.
You don't think to some extent--
Perhaps--don't they to some extent, or perhaps a large extent?
I think they do to some extent except that it can't last but
so long. I think that in that stage of unrest in the ghettos will
have that component as a base. I think that restlessness on the part
of the working class blacks will take the form of reacting against
the appearence of progress for a few, in contrast with the lack of
progress or regression on the part of the majority.
Let me come to your op-ed piece in the [New York] Times, April 2,
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