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an example of a policy that aimed chiefly to overcome defacto discrimination is: a. the equal rights admendment B. busing the chieve racial integration in the schools C. the brown v board of education of topeka ruling D. the fourteen amendment

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    No.

    Lisa/Jasmine -- please read the sites I posted for you.

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    i think its D

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    please tell me if i am right

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    it maybe B this is my first time on this site asking for help i just didn't understand it,

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    The best way to understand difficult concepts is to read and read and read. Take notes. Make sure you really understand all of the vocabulary.

    I gave you two answers. I was waiting for you to discover the right answer for this one on your own.

    B is correct.

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    thanks

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