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than interest in him and his problems. "To tell you the truth, man, " he said later, "I
dislike white men because I feel all that injustice that I, my family, my mother, my
friends. . .you know, that all of us have gone through." Later, as respect and trust ...
In addition suburbanites think of racial problems as the city's problems. They are
unwilling to acknowledge that the zoning laws of the suburban communities
effectively restrict the entry of Negroes. Nor do they worry about the integration of
Social action, in its operational sense, means and demands the stimulation of
concern among individuals who share a common predicament, who are victims
of long-standing community problems and injustices, who can be induced not
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