The topic of the conference, as you know, is "The Fair Housing Act after Twenty Years." I want to say a few words about anniversaries this morning. Anniversaries are important for a variety of reasons. They can be important as occasions for celebrating achievement. They can be times for stock-taking to identify successes and failures. An anniversary can increase public awareness of issues that are re-examined on such occasions. And, finally, an anniversary can serve as an opportunity to set an agenda for the future.
Days, Drew S. III
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