Talk:Color line (civil rights issue)

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hyphen[edit]

Is it reasonable that the article "Color Line" is about a commercial ferry boat and this article is titled with a hyphen?

Few references to the color line use a hyphen, which is more appropriate for an adjective than for a noun in American english today. Nor is there any hyphen in the first use by DuBois quoted here. --P64 (talk) 01:50, 4 April 2009 (UTC)