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Towards a Definition of Anti-Gypsyism

  title={Towards a Definition of Anti-Gypsyism},
  author={K. Anthony Appiah},
On October 25, 2005, in the flat of an ethnic Romanian man in Bucharest, police discovered the body of an 11-year-old Roma girl who had been raped, killed, and cut into hundreds of pieces. A Romanian newspaper, Adevarul, published the news on October 26. Had the victim been Romanian and the murderer Roma, and bearing in mind the country’s long tradition of racially-motivated pogroms, one can only speculate as to what bloody manifestations of collective punishment might have been meted out as a… 
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