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Party line prejudices in Chatham County[In Chatlist Chatters] [September 30, 2014]
Party line prejudices in Chatham County
Well, I am glad to know someone caught me in the act. I am now prejudiced, uncompassionate, Hispanophobic, and, by inference, close-minded. Pardon me if I recount social history of Chatham County. I moved here fifty years ago and have seen too many changes to list. I have absorbed viewpoints with which I once disagreed, educated myself on the major movements of society, seen politics alter our lives, and have become friends with political foes of decades past. By Tom Glendinning
 

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