[...] his whole life was privilege due to his being half black. [...] any sane person fears terrorism and takes steps to avoid it. Long ago, in 1966, when I was a first-year student at Yale Law School, I went to the student health service to see a shrink because I was so anxious about my classes. In my whole life, almost every bad incident of my acting strangely has been based on some doctor-prescribed psychoactive med.
A Day in the Life Benjamin J Stein The American Spectator; Mar 2009; 42, 2; Docstoc pg. 64 Reproduced with permission of the copyright owner. Fu
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