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Joseph Rakes attacks legal representative and civil-rights activist Ted Landsmark with a flagpole bearing the American flag in Boston, April 5, 1976. Landsmark would later on write an editorial entitled,” It’s Time to End Busing in Boston.”

Photo of Parag A. Pathak

 Photo of Parag A. Pathak A Professor of Economics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Parag A. Pathak, joins Paul E. Peterson to discuss Pathak’s current working paper, which examines the impacts of busing on combination, accomplishment, and college enrollment.

” Still Worth the Trip? School Busing Effects in Boston and New York,” co-written with Joshua Angrist, Guthrie Gray-Lobe, and Clemence M. Idoux, is readily available now.

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