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Unformatted text preview: system of inequality in which members of one race are thought of and related as less worthy than members of another, resulting in discrimination and exploitation. This concept relates to the article by how blacks and whites were segregated and how blacks were often isolated on the state, municipality, county, and neighborhood levels of society. This is explained by the two lines graphs shown in the article, the first one explaining how blacks and whites were segregated and how blacks were isolated most on the neighborhood level and least on the state level by 1990. The other figures after the first two reiterate how blacks are not just isolated in the United States, and that it also occurs around the world and how it is a result of political and social trends of the past and almost evitable in todays society, especially in the area of education, structure of the metropolitan government, and open housing markets....
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