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Op-Ed: No room for 'race' in D.C. Council election but there is lots for 'reform'

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Washington Post columnist Colbert I. King won a Pulitzer "for his against-the-grain columns that speak to people in power with ferocity and wisdom." Throughout 1990's, as Marion Barry fanned the flames of racial resentment, King consistently, and often eloquently, called him out. So when King addresses the matter of race in D.C. politics, people pay attention. In his April 13, 2013, column,...

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