Meyerson on protests

Harold Meyerson, the LA Weekly editor-at-large who taps out an op-ed column for the Washington Post, writes over there that "L.A. has never been a city for public outpourings of any kind; that's not been the Angeleno way. But somehow nobody remembered to tell this to L.A.'s huge immigrant population, and on Saturday, in all ignorance of the city's culture of noninvolvement, they redefined my hometown."


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