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I grew up in the Segregated South, but went to a ...

multicultural school. We had a significant number of Jews, Syrians and Lebanese, Muslims and Catholics. It was a cliquish school, but the cliques were based on grooming and sports.

Since I left school I have met people of virtually every culture. Except for Zionists, who have a ill-founded conceit of their own self-importance and bigots from around the country, I have found virtually nothing different about the core values of most people. Even most of the wealthy people I have met have been kind and down-to-earth. Sixty-four years of experience has shown me that the best way to find trouble is to look for it.