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The Nation

December 09, 1985

A federal judge has labeled Auburn University the most segregated campus in Alabama and given Gov. George C. Wallace until Feb. 14 to devise a plan to remove remnants of segregation from Alabama universities. "The evidence tends to support the widespread perception of blacks in Alabama that, except for the presence of black athletes and the changes mandated by federal laws and regulations, Auburn's racial attitudes have changed little since the '50s," U.S. District Judge U.W. Clemon said in his 100-page ruling.

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