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Anal boils, bone spurs and heroic losers, what the US has become

One sign of a democratic and ethical society is how it protects its most vulnerable. As I have written in past articles, the U.S. often and deliberately fails its children by throwing money only at predominantly rich and white school district neighborhoods while leaving the most vulnerable children warehoused or “schooled” but not educated.

Anal boils, bone spurs and heroic losers, what the US has become

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One sign of a democratic and ethical society is how it protects its most vulnerable. As I have written in past articles, the U.S. often and deliberately fails its children by throwing money only at predominantly rich and white school district neighborhoods while leaving the most vulnerable children warehoused or “schooled” but not educated.

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