I think that my parents were very anxious to be up and aware of what was going on, particularly as immigrants. It wasn't easy for them to understand everything so that they looked to us sometimes, coming home from school, to discuss certain things, and they wanted always to learn. So they would ask questions and so forth. So we did discuss political things. I think we discussed a lot of things about equality and, oh, inequality I should say, poverty, and just the injustice in the world, because I came away with a great sense of what that injustice is all about. And I've always felt very strongly about it, and wanted to do something about it, and that's why I used to get involved in so many things I suppose.
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