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James Carroll

The dream and its enemies

By James Carroll
January 16, 2006

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AT THE Richmond Theater on King Street in Alexandria, Va., I was cheerfully ushered into American complacency. ''Colored people" could go to the movies there, but they had to sit in the balcony. (Full article: 760 words)

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