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Resource ID: #8542
Subject: Discrimination
Source: New York Magazine


New York Magazine recounts the experience of a $105,000-a-year, Harvard-educated lawyer who took a job with the Greenwich (Conn.) Country Club as a busboy to see how the wealthy club members treat a black server; he found racism and discrimination to be alive and well, August 17, 1992.

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