Although many socialist states were ostensibly committed to social equality, they eradicated ethnic slurs no more successfully than have other states. Most slurs in the region are not unique to the area, and their metaphors span languages and state borders. However, their associations derive from … particular histories and social conditions by ALAINA LEMON THESE […]

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