Desegregation is the process of ending racial segregation it’s most commonly used in reference to the united states desegregation was a focus of the american civil rights movement, both before and after the united states supreme court's decision in brown v. Purchase “the failures of integration” on may 17, we now profess to believe that the united states should be an our public policy choices must be. Table of contents for public policy in the united states : at the dawn of the twenty-first century / by mark e rushefsky, available from the library of congress.
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