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The idea of "<strong>white people</strong>" has a history, but it&rsquo;s a short one. It was invented on October 19, 1613, the brainchild of the Jacobean playwright Thomas Middleton

The idea of &quot;white people&quot; has a history, but it&amp;rsquo;s a short one. It was invented on October 19, 1613, the brainchild of the Jacobean playwright Thomas
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The idea of "white people" has a history, but it’s a short one. It was invented on October 19, 1613, the brainchild of the Jacobean playwright Thomas Middleton

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