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Glazer: Is it better to confront hatred or ignore it?
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It was around 1989 when some permutation of the Ku Klux Klan and a motley group of affiliated miscreants applied for and was — as is their right — given permission to demonstrate in Gainesville. At the time my business was located in the Jackson Building on downtown’s Washington Street. I remember standing at my shop’s plate-glass window as the malodorous-looking clot of people trooped by.