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Tim Riley, The Boston Phoenix, May 1990

IN A CLIMATE where the Reverend Louis Farrakhan can make a comeback on Donahue proposing a separate black state as a God-given right, the void of compassion and conciliation since the death of Martin Luther King Jr. is wider than ever.

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