I did search 'reparations' on this site, and it came back with four pages of threads on the subject. I did not read through them all to see if this specific subject had already been addressed... How much would be enough? Some of you may have noticed a trend of mine in posing political questions lately- an attempt to determine objective, measurable points that define goals, and more to the point, how much is 'enough.' I understand the goal of reparations is to 'repair' race relations in this country. I would prefer to avoid the innevitably inflammatory discussion of whether such reparations are necessary and whether such goals are achievable, and instead focus on what the goals actually are, or more to the point, what objective things that we can measure will tell us when we've achieved and completed 'reparations'. What are those things? Presuming we undertake this legislative path toward reparations, what needs to become verifiably true before we can say 'mission accomplished'?