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There was a time reparations were actually paid out – just not to formerly enslaved people

By Thomas Craemer, Associate Professor of Public Policy, University of Connecticut
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History is full of examples of nations paying out to compensate for slavery. But the money never went to those who suffered under the system, only those who profited.

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