The Report of the National Advisory Commission on Civil Disorders (1968), a study ordered by the executive branch of the United States Government, graphically conveys the urgency of taking immediate and effective steps to alleviate certain aspects of the pressing and complex problem of racial strife. Of course, the race problem is not new, nor indigenous to the United States.
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