We’re a country of dreamers.
High ideals of democracy, fair play, and freedom are nothing more than our nighttime reveries forced into the light of day.
We look about us at a world of what could be and believe with our whole hearts that it will be so.
But we’re such good dreamers that we often don’t see the reality in front of us. We walk through the day with half closed eyes and never see the shadow and dirt in which we live. Our bodies lay in the mud while our heads are forever in the clouds.
That’s our problem. If you don’t also recognize what is, your dream will never be more than that – a mirage.
And so our greatest strength is also our greatest weakness. The American dream has become the American delusion.
Nowhere is this more apparent than with race.
So many of us –…
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