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12 YEARS A SLAVE: Glory Without Redemption

It is exceedingly rare to find a story about slavery that doesn't emphasize how good-hearted white people can be and how inherently just, good, and equal America is. In American movies, black suffering redeems white characters and affirms white nobility.
  • By Matthew Cheney
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  • November 13, 2013 1:38 PM
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