Race wasn't a 'meaningful category of division' on military bases: El tiempo en Coglianese

“Todos pasaron el rato juntos. Fue muy integrado porque teníamos una experiencia de vida en común., que es que nuestros padres o nuestras madres, en menos casos, estaban en el Cuerpo de Marines de los Estados Unidos.”

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Perhaps because of such unity, the military bases he lived at were especially patriotic. He recounted that traffic on base had to stop whenColors” jugado, even “detener[ping] dead in the middle of the road.

You lower your window, and you listen to the ‘Colors.’ And everyone’s quiet and reverent. And then you hear the end of it, and then you know you can move again,” él explicó.

Traffic would also stop whenEvening Colorsplayed at night, he remembered.

“[T]hat’s not the America that most people grew up in at all,” Tucker Carlson replied.