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De jure discrimination and de facto discrimination are two ways in which some Americans are less equal than ot?

Q.) De jure discrimination and de facto discrimination are two ways in which some Americans are less equal than others. Examples of public policies designed to address each of these forms of discrimination are

a) the Brown decision (de jure), and affirmative action (de facto).

b) affirmative action (de jure), and the Voting Rights Act of 1965 (de facto).

c) the Voting Rights Act of 1965 (de jure), and the Brown decision (de facto).

d) the Supreme Court’s busing decisions (de jure), and affirmative action decisions (de facto).
IS D CORRECT ANSWER/THANK YOU:)))))

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  1. Why isn't it a?

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  2. you're right better answer is A

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