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Friday, 15 March 2013
BLACK SOCIAL HISTORY :BLACK VETERANS OF AMERICAN WARS AT HOME AND ABROAD :
Black Middle Class failed to keep pace with the white middle class because Blacks had fewer opportunities to earn College Degrees. In addition to the other obstacles gaining admission to Universities was no easy task for Blacks on the G.I. Bill. Most Universities had segregation principles underlying their admissions policies, utilizing either official or unofficial quotas even if they could gain admission to Universities, public Education was in such a poor state for Blacks that many of them were not adequately prepared for college level work. Those Blacks that were prepared for college level work and gained admission to predominantly white Universities still experienced racism on campus.