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 In United States v. Price, 383 U. S. 787, 383 U. S. 794, n. 7 (1966), the Court stated: 'In cases under § 1983, 'under color' of law has consistently been treated as the same thing as the 'state action' required under the Fourteenth Amendment. See also United States v. Classic, 313 U. S. 299, 313 U. S. 326 (1941). The ultimate issue in determining whether a person is subject to suit under § 1983 is the same question posed in cases arising under the Fourteenth Amendment: is the alleged infringement of federal rights 'fairly attributable to the State?' Lugar v. Edmondson Oil Co., post at 457 U. S. 937. 

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