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From O.J. Simpson to Stanford sex-assault case, two wrongs don’t produce a right

Assuming O.J. Simpson was guilty of double murder, as most of white America thinks, was it rough justice for a largely black jury to acquit him because the Los Angeles cops had a sorry record of brutalizing blacks, most memorably … Continue reading

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Perseverance pays off for Stanford’s Sara James

    While the Kings-arena schemers and dreamers were having their greed and ambition gratified last night at Sacramento’s City Hall, a far more inspiring athletic story was unfolding at Stanford’s Maples Pavilion.   That would be the tale of … Continue reading

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Putting self-esteem on the line

I caught a glimpse of Sara James on television last night. The freshman basketball player was sitting on the Stanford bench as her team took on North Carolina in the NCAA Tournament. She didn’t get into the hard fought game … Continue reading

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