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Black Like Me Zadie Smith writes that Americans “live in a mixed society” and that “there is no getting out of our intertwined history” [“Getting In and Out,” Review, July]. In her essay, the words “mixed” and “intertwined” function as euphemisms, since the pertinent question regarding race in any society is not one of boundary

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