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Old 05-10-07, 09:35 PM
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Powell said the study highlighted the great variation of biracial couples. Couples where one parent was black and the other white made up the smallest set in the study -- 143 couples, compared to 601 couples where one parent was Latino and the other white. There were 174 white and Asian couples and 191 couples who were white and "other," for example, Native American.
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