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  1. Thank you for your response. I have not read the James Cone book you mention but I am currently reading The Cross and the Lynching Tree. When I read the second chapter of this book I hoped to never be a Niebuhr in my reaction to the past lynchings and the current brutality to blacks in our sick nation but to speak up for the suffering around the world-here in our country but in the entire world.

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