“Arc then,” he said, “to the famous quote by the army officer of the Vietnam War era.”
“Oh yeah,” I said. “That one.”
“Shall we continue the arc?”
I sat up and looked at him. “Are you implying that the average American felt repressed by facing sanctions against voicing prejudice?”
My mind soared from one point to the other. “Surrogate racism, sexism, and scapegoating,” I said.
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I think your famous author William Faulkner
was arcing when he wrote that. - C.W.
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