anonymous_animus at yahoo.com
Wed Jul 6 19:52:40 UTC 2005
>>Lieberman suggests that people are likely to
pick up on stereotypes, regardless of whether their
family or community agrees with them.<<
--I think that's true. Perhaps it's rational to avoid
people who are "marked" by a large group, regardless
of whether you're a member of that group or not.
Germans without antisemitism in their families would
still have known to avoid shopping at Jewish stores or
being seen associating with Jews, picking up on their
"marked" status and fearing the consequences of
associating with a scapegoated class.
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