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"No one wants to try to rethink the American dream, but I am afraid we are going to be forced to very quickly. We are in the process of waking up to the unpleasantness we collectively will face as this imbroglio proceeds. The sooner everyone acknowledges the problems, the sooner we can all begin to work past them, as best we can. I only hope the perpetrators can be identified and punished."