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Motown: The Gold In Their Bodies

Philip Norman, Sunday Times, 1970

CONSIDERED TOGETHER at a party in New York, Nina Simone, the highly political folk singer, and Diana Ross, principal exhibit of the Motown Record Corporation, offered a striking lesson as to which kind of blackness is beautiful and which merely vehement.

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