I went out for dinner recently planning to make a point. While sitting in a Cheesecake Factory in suburban Boston, I looked around, expecting that I would be able to discuss in this column the variety of ethnicities I saw there. My goal was to illustrate just how much the world is changing. But you know what they say about the best-laid plans. As I looked around the large, crowded room, most of the folks were surprisingly homogenous—in this case, white—thwarting my hopes of ...

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