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  • s  restricted to whites only
    a lily-white movement which would expel Negroes from the organization
  • s  of a pure white color

  • Worried that lily-white Iowa and New Hampshire weren't diverse enough to play such a critical role in picking the party's presidential nominee, Democrats put Nevada's caucuses on .
  • His fondest dream, Bennett writes, was of a "lily-white America without Native Americans, African Americans and Martin Luther Kings.
  • This fantastic vision of a lily-white America appeared as early as 1713, with the suggestion of a white "native American," thought to be from New Jersey, that all the Negroes be .

  • Errol Morris in
    I'm not saying these guys were all lily-white victims,says Morris, who had to wait until England finished her three-year sentence for conspiracy, maltreating detainees and committing an indecent act in a military prison before interviewing...
  • Frank Lowy in Bloomberg
    Don't think of me as being lily-white, but I was lily- white in that case,Lowy says.
  • Avi Arad in Newsday
    The first thing I saw in them was diversity,Arad said. "I really liked the idea that they had a Latino girl, an Asian girl, an African-American girl and a lily-white kid. They show that your color is not going to set up your path in life....

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