Equal Opportunity: Don't Stop Now
In 1965, black Americans were largely outside the mainstream of the U. S. economy. But an unprecedented effort by the federal government wrought a massive social change. Badgered and prodded by Washington, corporations changed their ways and began large-scale efforts to recruit blacks--as well as women, Hispanics, and other minorities.
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