Redefining Rights in America The Civil Rights Record of the George W. Bush Administration, 2001–2004 Draft Report for Commissioners’ Review September 2004

Commission On Civil Rights
Executive Summary Civil rights problems remain entrenched in American society, the stubborn result of unequal treatment over time. Discrimination in housing, employment, and the voting booth, unequal educational opportunity, and other problems still stand between some Americans and true equality. Presidential leadership is necessary to break down obstacles and realize the promise of civil rights. The U.S. Commission on Civil Rights (Commission) examined the George W. Bush administration’s commitment to that end. What follows are...
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