Tuesday, June 25, 2013

The problem of racism solved, yet again

Andrew Koppelman

The Supreme Court has a long history of declaring that the problem of racism in the United States has been solved. It did that in a series of decisions just after the Civil War, striking down civil-rights and anti-lynching laws and paving the way for decades of racial segregation. And today it has just done it again.

You can read the rest of this post at the New York Magazine website, here.

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