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Segregation

The practice of broker-dealers keeping securities for which a client has paid in full separate from securities the client has purchased on margin as well as from securities used as collateral on a margin account. Rule 15c3-3 requires segregation of these securities.

segregation

The safekeeping of a customer's securities in a separate location when the securities have been paid for in full. Segregated securities may not be commingled with the securities of the broker-dealer and they may not be used by the broker-dealer to collateralize loans. See also Rule 15c3-3.
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At a New York fundraiser Tuesday, Mr Biden pointed to two long-dead segregationist senators, Democrats James Eastland of Mississippi and Herman Talmadge of Georgia, to argue that Washington functioned more smoothly a generation ago than under today's "broken" hyperpartisanship.
"If there was a 'long civil rights movement,'" Jason Morgan Ward contends, "there was also a long segregationist movement" (2).
activists and white segregationists on the explicitly cultural terrains
For example, the historian John Cell argues persuasively that the principal function of segregationist ideology in the South was to soften class conflicts among whites, thus subordinating internal conflicts to the unifying concept of race.
Golden, the gadfly author of the Carolina Israelite newspaper, which circulated weekly mostly among southern Jews, developed a series of "Golden Plans" to show the absurdity of segregationist positions.
That shifted the political balance from the rural segregationist north to urban areas--primarily south of Interstate 4.
In the end, though, segregationists failed in using the specter of Communism to prevent the passage of the 1964 Civil Rights Act and the 1965 Voting Rights Act.
Thurmond had run as a segregationist, and critics accused Lott of wishing for an alternative American history without integration.
Fearful that southern segregationists, as well as the executive and legislative branches of state and federal governments, would both resist and impede this courageous decision, the Court offered a palliative to those opposed to Brown's directive.
From 1954 to 1959, segregationists appealed to white supremacy, states' rights, and class consciousness in their opposition to desegregation; integrationists advocated the constitutional value of equal opportunity and interracial brotherhood in their support of it.
Second, this was borne out in how little the GOP had to "offer," so to speak, segregationists for their support after 1968, even according to the myth's own terms.
State Department, newly independent nations of color, Southern segregationists, the Civil Rights establishment and the media.