It was like entering another, and more nationalistic, country – like entering France, say, out of Switzerland. The moment I crossed the Red River out of Oklahoma, the nationality of Texas assaulted me almost xenophobically, and I seemed to be passing into another sensibility, another historical ex…
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Kevin Maxwell on the police in the UK.
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