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Why is not segregation in accordance with intercourse unlawful in activities simply as race segregation is? This booklet examines the debatable factor, arguing that "separate yet equivalent" is neither feasible nor constitutional.

• positive factors either present and ancient occasions to aid the argument for intercourse integration in activities

• Examines how intercourse and race are social structures and considers their hooked up plights

• provides either criminal and social arguments for the removal of sports-related intercourse segregation

• demanding situations felony, organic, and social arguments opposed to intercourse integration

• Analyzes the felony nuances of Title IX laws and Brown vs. Board of Education and compares the 2 cases

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