The OMB had to make this ruling for government agencies because of differences in census data sets. The problem is that the census forms individuals receive allow 63 possible race categories, while schools, employers, and other institutions can report only about a dozen categories. So there will obviously have to be some mix-and-match when is comes time to look for "patterns" of discrimination.
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|Title Annotation:||United States Census|
|Author:||Taylor, Jeff A.|
|Article Type:||Brief Article|
|Date:||Jun 1, 2000|
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