"Put 15 people in a room and the chances are that there will be two of them. Thirteen will make the effort. The other two will be bigots and proud of it." "But there's an upside, and it is the other 13, because there was a time when in that room, the bigotry of the two would be infectious. 'Things have changed,' Jerome tells me. 'They challenge the bigotry now, they shake their heads... The 13 have been empowered, the two disempowered.' 'But it's a work in progress. The 13, they're great. But the two are always a menace. And they never quite go away.'"