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To: MeshugeMikey
Prior to the race riots of the '60s, that was my neighborhood - started going heavily Black in the mid '50s, but they still had family structure and moral compass - all friends and neighbors. Even went through the "outrage" when a Black neighbor married a White Blonde woman. Most of the tsking was from women who wondered if it was for the big dong... No loud protests, or attacks and even some of the Blacks wondered about it but had no strong reaction.

We were on a healthier track to become an integrated, color-blind society in the '50s than we are today - I wonder what changed.....

19 posted on 07/21/2013 4:09:39 AM PDT by trebb (Where in the the hell has my country gone?)
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To: trebb
"what changed?"

LBJ's Great Society programs wrecked innumerable black families, and things were compounded by radical feminism which help promote the idea that single women raising families by themselves was a good idea.

22 posted on 07/21/2013 4:41:52 AM PDT by driftless2
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To: trebb
I wonder what changed.....

The Communists of the New Left started agitating the population is what changed. They pushed the riots of the 60s, the Hippie movement, and the destruction of the family wholesale while stupid liberals lapped it up. The whole idea was to weaken Western Culture as much as possible, to destabilize it.

It has worked swimmingly (for the Communists), along with the use of the environmental movement to hobble western industry.

Communism has never been so healthy as since it was declared 'dead'.

25 posted on 07/21/2013 5:22:51 AM PDT by Smokin' Joe (How often God must weep at humans' folly. Stand fast. God knows what He is doing)
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