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  • This nonexclusion was a reaction against the practice that had prevailed among liberals from the (Joe) McCarthy Period to the non exclusionary policy became dominant in 1965, After McCarthy, liberal practice had been to expel any communists as soon as they became known because of the fear that the anti communist hysteria of the time would destroy any movement known to have communists in it.

    The Future of the Peace Movement

  • American patriotism is built of shared knowledge, attitudes, loyalties, and values, including the values of nonexclusion, toleration, and respect for other religions and cultures.

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