If The Sacrifice doesn't leave an impression, People Whose Manners I Would Like to Correct, another terra-cotta sculpture, certainly does. Seated at a table are two people: One is a teacher; the other, a hooded Klansman. The teacher has in his possession a pencil and a set of rules, while around the Klansman's waist is a rope long enough to spill onto the table, bringing to mind frightening images of lynch mobs. However, the rope is not as shocking as the teacher's list: "Do not use the "N" word/No rape allowed/Do not make racial slurs/No Rick Perry/No late night rides in truck and/chew with your mouth closed."
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