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Judge Roy Moore stands on the wrong side of history ... again
Judge Roy Moore stands on the wrong side of history ... again

In June, it will be 52 years since George Wallace stood in the schoolhouse door. It happened at the University of Alabama, where two African-American students, Vivian Malone and James Hood, were attempting to register. In facing down three federal officials demanding that he stand aside and honor a court order allowing the registration to proceed, the bantam governor of Alabama sought to make good on a noxious promise: "segregation now, segregation tomorrow and segregation forever." The upshot is that if you go to UA today and look out from where Wallace stood you will find yourself staring, not at George Wallace Plaza but, rather, at Malone-Hood Plaza, erected in honor of...

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