O’Reilly: No, they weren’t subsidized. They were sold to GIs, and the GIs got a mortgage they could afford.Stewart: Did that upbringing leave a mark on you even today?O’Reilly: Of course. Every upbringing leaves a mark on people.Stewart: Could black people live in Levittown?O’Reilly: Not in that time — they could not.Stewart: So that, my friend, is what we call in the business “white privilege.”O’Reilly: That was in 1950, all right.Stewart: Were there black people living there in 1960?O’Reilly: In Levittown? I don’t know.Stewart: There weren’t.O’Reilly: How do you know?Stewart: Because I read up on it.O’Reilly: Oh, you read up! You don’t know that. I can find somebody…Why would you want to live there? It’s a nice place, but it’s not a place like … Bel Air, come on!
October 17, 2014 at 12:28 PM EDT