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Racial Discrimination and the State Action Requirement

This site explores the issue: The Constitution generally restricts only governmental, not private, conduct. How does the Court draw the line between private and governmental conduct for constitutional purposes in the context of racial discrimination? In addition to introductory material, there are questions for discussions as well as links to relevant cases and resources.
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