Integration defeats quotas

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Author(s) Steve Chapman
Source Chicago Tribune
Date July 1, 2007
URL http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/columnists/chi-oped0701chapmanjul01,0,6979332.column
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Quotes-start.png "In other efforts to assure racial equality, we have managed to avoid inflexible racial quotas. The ban on discrimination in housing doesn't mean every neighborhood has to be racially diverse. The law against discrimination in public accommodations doesn't mean restaurants have to turn patrons away because they would tilt the balance too far one way." Quotes-end.png


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This item argues for the position Supreme Court was correct in its ruling on the topic Parents v. Seattle.