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Civil Rights and Discrimination

William & Mary Law School

School Integration

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Book Review Of Make Haste Slowly: Moderates, Conservatives, And School Desegregation In Houston, Davison M. Douglas Jan 2000

Book Review Of Make Haste Slowly: Moderates, Conservatives, And School Desegregation In Houston, Davison M. Douglas

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Book Review Of Desegregating Texas Schools: Eisenhower, Shivers, And The Crisis At Mansfield High, Davison M. Douglas Jan 1998

Book Review Of Desegregating Texas Schools: Eisenhower, Shivers, And The Crisis At Mansfield High, Davison M. Douglas

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An Old Debate Continues Over Integrated Schools, Davison M. Douglas Jan 1997

An Old Debate Continues Over Integrated Schools, Davison M. Douglas

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The End Of Busing?, Davison M. Douglas Jan 1997

The End Of Busing?, Davison M. Douglas

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Interest Balancing And Other Limits To Judicially Managed Equal Educational Opportunity, Neal Devins Apr 1994

Interest Balancing And Other Limits To Judicially Managed Equal Educational Opportunity, Neal Devins

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The Quest For Freedom In The Post-Brown South: Desegregation And White Self-Interest, Davison M. Douglas Jan 1994

The Quest For Freedom In The Post-Brown South: Desegregation And White Self-Interest, Davison M. Douglas

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Integration And Local Politics, Neal Devins Jan 1983

Integration And Local Politics, Neal Devins

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Making Sense Of Desegregation And Affirmative Action, William W. Van Alstyne Jan 1979

Making Sense Of Desegregation And Affirmative Action, William W. Van Alstyne

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This review discusses J. Harvie Wilkinson's From Brown to Bakke and its companion work, Counting by Race: Equality from the Founding Fathers to Bakke and Weber written by Terry Eastland and William J. Bennett. Wilkinson's work is found to maintain a narrow focus on its specific subject of school desegregation and the Supreme Court, but it suffers from over-exaggeration and an abundance of adornment in his writing style. Counting is a provocative piece that asserts the position that the Constitution is still not color-blind, despite what many have proposed, and makes an authoritative argument for such a claim.