Racial Segregation

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I disagree with all of you. I see this gap as a political issue, and believe the articles create a very heavy bias to sway their reader. “Perhaps most damaging to any serious effort to address racial segregation openly is the refusal of most of the arbiters of culture in northern cities to confront or even clearly name an obvious reality they would have castigated with a passionate determination” (Kozol 41). I argue that it is the responsibility of local government to district in a way that is representative to the population the best they can. This quote however, displays the reality that this issue is often overlooked for others. If the issue could gain public spotlight, and not through acts such as the “No Child Left Behind Act” but rather
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