How did segregation change from back then to today?

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  1. Thank you for using the Jiskha Homework Help Forum. When you say "back then" you do not clarify when you mean! Here are some sites on segregation (you also don't say which country/countries concern you) for you to visit. Unfortunately on the first one it is necessary to be a member to read the entire article. But you can at least see the first page in small print. If you copy and paste you can increase the size of the font so it's easier to read:


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    4. (Texas)

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    6. (Copenhagen):;jsessionid=4kdbk5iolnk9t.alice?format=print

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