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Unformatted text preview: Early forms of racial categorization in the U.S Which state was the last to get rid of miscegenation laws? Scapegoating Segregation of Fraternities and Sororities Trail of Tears Stereotyping Internal Colonialism Blocked Assimilation Adorno and prejudice People who are prejudice against one racial group are likely Those who are less prejudice tend to be All weather bigot Conflict perspectives on racial/ethnic relations Genocide Social Distance Scale Can our population now be considered multiracial? Are white ethnics discriminated against as well? What percentage of voters in South Carolina voted to keep the law against miscegenation? How many Americans report being of more than one race?...
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