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Spin or Truth?

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When Richard Wagner wrote a column criticizing Sen. John Edwards’ “two Americas” thesis, Robert C. Currie Jr. didn’t take kindly to it, and wrote so in the Greater Diversity News of Wilmington, taking aim at Wagner and JLF. “I would have thought that organization would have more integrity than to attempt insulting American voters’ intelligence with such baseless spin. But the real tragedy is the belittlement of John Edwards’s dream,” Currie wrote. “Of course, when Americans like Edwards and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. actually realize the “American Dream,” rather than inherit it, they usually are belittled, aren’t they?”

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