Educated people who were functioning, primarily, in the world economy were the beneficiaries of globalism. They were the winners of the internationalization of trade. Believing in equality is part of appearing educated; white liberals benefit more from education privilege now than white privilege (or, than overt white privilege — structural white privilege still in tact) but non college grads were the ones who absorbed the downsides of globalism.
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Emma Lindsay

Good point. The fact that the Marshal plan made trade a big thing with Japan for example meant that people who were benefiting from it were a lot less likely to be racist towards Japanese.

Interesting idea …

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