Donald Sterling and Cliven Bundy offer some history of racism in the US.
The Supreme Court's ruling against affirmative action carried with it the hope of a post-racial America. Then came Cliven Bundy. And Donald Sterling. And, (oh yeah) America's deep history of racial oppression, Jon Stewart reports.
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