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Reply #126: how many decades since the usa had no legal segregation??? [View All]

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reggie the dog Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Nov-20-11 11:37 AM
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126. how many decades since the usa had no legal segregation???
not even 5 so far, a democratic tradition in which blacks couldnt vote, women couldnt vote, blacks were slaves, in which andrew the great indian killer jackson was elected president after he was a general and told the supreme court, who had decided in favor of the cherokee nation that their lands were their lands and not part of the state of georgia, to go gets its own army (read about the trail of tears to read about what he did)


come one..... the usa has a democratic tradition ok but for whom?
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