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What Victims Have to Teach Politicians

The terrorist attacks on mosques in New Zealand bring to mind Martin Luther King Jr.’s response to white-supremacist murders.
Source: Henry Nicholls / Reuters

At least one terrorist murdered 49 people in Christchurch, New Zealand, today as they gathered to worship at two mosques. The gunman is

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