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Which of the following was the question posed by the Swann v. Charlotte-Mecklenburg case? Should schools be integrated to achieve diversity among the students? Do separate schools based on race deprive minority children of rights? Are districts that use "freedom of choice" plans achieving integration? Is busing students to distant schools appropriate for desegregation?

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Great job both of you, I wish I could give you both a medal because I just got 40/40 on that assesment, but since @etemplin answered first I must give it to him. Thanks!
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