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Someone Else's House by Tamar Jacoby

- Abstract

From its inception in the early postwar era, the American civilrights movement took as its goal a fully integrated, color-blind society: a society in which race would no longer be either a barrier or a preference. How did a cause-integration–that had won



About the Author

Daniel Casse is a senior director of the White House Writers Group, a Washington, D.C. communications firm.