OPINION

OPINION

Janet Langhart Cohen offers a history lesson on the tragedy of intolerance

One of them was the most famous diarist of modern time. The other left no written record. One died at the hands of Nazis in their black-and-red regalia, the other died at the hands of white supremacists. One perished at the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp after hiding behind a bookcase in Amsterdam during the Holocaust, the other was tortured and killed after offending a white woman in a Mississippi grocery store

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