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used in Sycamore Row

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the act of keeping people or things separate — especially people due to discrimination based on race, gender, ethnicity, or religion
  • It was almost perfectly segregated—blacks on one side, whites on the other.
    p. 235.2
  • Their model juror was a white female, age forty-five or older, someone raised in the deeply segregated old South and not the least bit tolerant of blacks.
    p. 488.1

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