When it comes to public policy on race and ethnicity, the Federal Reserve ishardly a hotbed of activism.
Yet this may be about to change, thanks to a proposal that has put theagency in the midst of a national debate over the merits of fostering arace-conscious society vs. a race-blind one.
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