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Is America Going Color Blind?
Aired 5/29/1997

Can America have a colorblind society? Should it? Think Tank re-visits this most persistent theme.
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  William Galston
    professor at the School of Public Affairs at the University of Maryland
  Randall Kennedy
    professor at the Harvard University Law School, author of Race, Crime, and the Law

Originally Aired: 5/29/1997

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