Most of the doctors are sons or daughters of the elite, and all of us give back to a greater or lesser extent. Look at Marlon and Jerry. The thing is, you’re seeing all this with the eyes of an American. I wonder really if it’s all that different in the United States, except there’s more wealth and less poverty there. But take everything we’ve talked about with regard to ‘class’ and substitute ‘race,’ and that’s what you’ve got in the States. How many white Americans feel any responsibility or sense any connectedness to black Americans?”
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