If There Weren't any Blacks You'd Have To Invent Them

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If There Weren't any Blacks You'd Have To Invent Them

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If There Weren't any Blacks You'd Have To Invent Them was a television drama that aired in 1968. The main theme of this show is racism. Hailing from writer Johnny Speight, the show analyzes the reasoning behind racism and how it affects human beings as a whole. Speight delves into different forms of racism including color, sex and even religion. Characters in the series are not named, but instead called by their job titles or their personalities. For example, The Private (Moray Watson) and The Undertaker (Frank Thornton) are two of the characters.

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