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Critical of tea parties

Published 09/04/2009, Hudson Star-Observer

In 1969, the “Woodstock Nation” was born and a rainbow of diversity began to appear across our nation. Women, Blacks, Latinos, American Indians, gays and other minorities started finding their voices and began making inroads into the white-male power structure running our country.

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