The Fairmont Papers: Black Alternatives Conference, San Francisco, December 1980

The Fairmont Papers: Black Alternatives Conference, San Francisco, December 1980

The Fairmont Papers: Black Alternatives Conference, San Francisco, December 1980

The Fairmont Papers: Black Alternatives Conference, San Francisco, December 1980

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It is often said of black persons who favor market-oriented solutions to social problems that they have forgotten the unique history of black Americans, particularly our long struggle against systematic racial discrimination. There is no doubt that the social and economic effect of racial discrimination has been substantial, both in its visible effects on those discriminated against and in the opportunity losses to society in the form of lost production. Throughout America's history, and especially during the 1960s, black . . .

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