Green Book

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Fifty-six years after LBJ officially ended racial discrimination in the USA with the pen-stroke that signed the Civil Rights Act, the years immediately preceding February 1964 are still being mined by novelists, playwrights and film-makers and why not when there are such rich pickings on offer? It’s probably only a matter of time before a philosopher argues that the conditions which produced a novel as exquisite as To Kill a Mockingbird were surely worth enduring -
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