An economic study that caused me to change my mind. I have believed for a long time that racial segregation would have been a small problem if not for laws requiring it. One of the strong examples in favor of my belief was the street car story:In Augusta, Savannah, Atlanta, Mobile, and Jacksonville, streetcar companies responded by refusing to enforce segregation laws for as long as fifteen years after their passage. The Memphis Street Railway "contested bitterly," and the Houston Electric Railway petitioned the Houston City Council for repeal. A black attorney leading a court battle against the laws provided an ironic measure of the strength of the streetcar companies' resistance by publicly denying that
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