In a crowded and diverse field of Democratic contenders, Joe Biden would have to run against his anti-integration past
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Former Vice President Joe Biden's record on racial justice is being re-examined as he considers running for president in 2020. 

Biden's mid-1970s crusade against busing as part of efforts to integrate America's schools has resurfaced. 

In a 1975 NPR interview, Biden contended busing was a "rejection of the whole movement of black pride."

In the mid-1970s, a young Democratic senator from Delaware and self-declared liberal who would one day serve as the vice president to the first black president...

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