Friday, June 28, 2013

The Voting Rights Act: An End to Racism by Judicial Order : The New Yorker

The Voting Rights Act: An End to Racism by Judicial Order : The New Yorker: "Race may still exist as a social reality—and so may racism—but no amalgamation of facts, studies, or disparities is sufficient to the cause of proving that there exists a system which produces inequality. In short: we have overcome whether the data agrees with us or not. "

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