What is it about HATE?

Viveiros, Sandra
October 1993
21st Century;Oct93, Vol. 5 Issue 2, p16
The article presents the author's view about hate. She asserts that people never notice the good things about other people but just the bad things about them. The author claims that the big problem is racism and that people just remember the good things of a person when he or she is dead. She adds that people should be kind with each other so that they would do the same in return.


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