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Essay by Eleanor Roosevelt
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"I do not like the word tolerance.
If you tolerate something, you do not like it very much."

"I believe that what we have to do in this country is to stop disliking things and like them...We must cease to be afraid of our neighbors at home and take the word 'tolerance' out of our vocabulary and substitute for it the precept, live and let live, cooperate in work and play and like our neighbors."

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''Tolerance is an Ugly Word'' (Coronet Magazine, 1945)

''Tolerance is an Ugly Word'' (Coronet Magazine, 1945)

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