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Bob Dylan: Stigma Of Slavery Ruined America

08:01 AM Wednesday 9/12/12 |   |

Bob Dylan says the stigma of slavery ruined America and he doubts the country can get rid of the shame because it was “founded on the backs of slaves.”

  • Bob Dylan

    Festival Des Vieilles Charrues, Carhaix City Center, Carhaix-Plouguer, France
    July 22, 2012

    (AP Photo)

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The veteran musician tells Rolling Stone that in America “people (are) at each other’s throats just because they are of a different color,” adding that “it will hold any nation back.” He also says blacks know that some whites “didn’t want to give up slavery.”

The 71-year-old Dylan said, “If slavery had been given up in a more peaceful way, America would be far ahead today.”

When asked if President Barack Obama was helping to shift a change, Dylan says: “I don’t have any opinion on that. You have to change your heart if you want to change.”

The magazine’s new issue hits newsstands Friday.


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