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THAT PROBLEM IS RACE. IT IS RACE THAT ELECTED OUR PRESENT PRESIDENT IN 1968; RACE THAT MAKES SOME AMERICANS SERVE AND DIE MORE READILY THAT OTHERS IN VIETNAM; RACE THAT MAKES SOME CHILDREN MORE EDUCATED THAT OTHERS; RACE THAT COLORS ALL OF OUR LIVES.

FOR THE PAST SEVERAL YEARS, SOLUTIONS TO THE PROBLEMS OF RACE, AND THEREFORE TO THE PATHOLOGIES OF SOCIETY THAT SPRING FROM IT, HAVE BEEN MORE THAN ABUNDANT.

THERE ARE SEVERAL SOLUTIONS THAT, IF IMPLEMENTED, WOULD BEGIN TO MAKE THIS COUNTRY A PROPER PLACE FOR MEN AND WOMEN TO LIVE AND WORK AND A HEALTHY PLACE FOR OUR CHILDREN TO PLAY AND GROW AND LEARN.

THE NATION COULD ADOPT, AND STRIVE FOR, A POLICY OF FULL EMPLOYMENT.

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY, BOTH RACIALLY AND SEXUALLY, CAN STOP BEING THE RHETORIC OF CAMPAIGNS AND PLATFORMS AND BECOME THE REALITY OF THE PRESENT.

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