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John Simkin

Segregation in the United States

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Professor Gary Oldfield, director of the Harvard’s Civil Rights Project, has reported that national segregation levels are back at levels of the late 1960s. For example, the percentage of black students attending schools where most students are non-white increased across the US from 66% in 1991 to 73% in 2004. More than three-quarters of intensely segregated schools serve children from poor families.

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Evidence perhaps of a society in full reversal? I would like to know how much the rich's share of resources increased over the same period, as these things tend to be fellow travellers. It would appear that the same social phenomina is occuring in Britain, as the hard won reforms of the past are driven back by the globalist free market agenda of the rich, and powerful, all the while cheered on by a fawning, reactionary media. What time does the revolution start?

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