Ronald Kephart (rkephart@OSPREY.UNF.EDU)
Wed, 20 Mar 1996 11:27:13 -0500
In message <email@example.com> writes:
> On the whole, I'm inclined to agree. Still, there's a niggling doubt.
> Let us suppose, for example, that I am a French Jew in occupied
> France during WWII. I hate, fear, see as a threat, and look down
> on any German I encounter. Am I racist?
Maybe I've missed something, in which case pardon me. But no, this could not be
"racist" because Jew, Muslim, French, and German are not "racial" categories.
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