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This pamphlet covers a 1961 study on the difference in ranking of certain discriminations when questioning Caucasian and African American participants. It shows what areas of life African Americans rank as most to least discriminatory such as economics, legal, and public facilities and the differences between answers given by African Americans and Caucasian participants.
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