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The irony of desegregation law

Whitman, Mark, 1937-

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  • Creator by Mark Whitman
  • Format Books
  • Publication Princeton, NJ : M. Wiener, [1998] ©1998
  • Physical Details
    • xi, 380 pages ; 23 cm
  • ISBNs 9781558761193, 1558761195, 9781558761209, 1558761209
  • OCLC ocm37115624

Notes

  • Includes bibliographical references (pages 337-378).

Contents

  • Prologue: The Two Sides of Brown II -- Brief of Prince Edward County -- Rebuttal Brief of Prince Edward County -- Oral Argument of Emory Rogers -- Brief of United States Government -- Comments by James Nabrit and Milton Korman -- Felix Frankfurter - Memorandum on Districting -- Felix Frankfurter - Memorandum on Desegregation Decree -- Decision -- Ch. 1. The Failures of Neutrality. I. Dove v. Parham. 1. Brief for Appellees. 2. Robert Carter's Memorandum. 3. Chief Judge Harvey Johnsen's Decision. 4. Judge Smith Henley's Decision. II. Freedom of Choice. 1. School Desegregation in the Southern and Border States, 1965-66. III. The Attack on De Facto Segregation. 1. Blocker v. Board of Education of Manhasset. 2. Barksdale v. Springfield School Committee. 3. Petitioner's Brief in Bell v. School City of Gary. IV. The Cincinnati Case: The Housing Issue. 1. Trial Brief: Deal v. Cincinnati Board of Education. 2. Colloquy in the District Court. 3. Appeal to the Supreme Court -- Ch. 2. Jefferson and Green: The Great Turning. I. Jefferson County. 1. The Fifth Circuit's Affirmance. 2. Judge Walter Gewin, Dissenting. 3. Judge Griffin Bell, Dissenting. II. The Green Trilogy. 1. Appellees' Brief: Monroe v. Board of Commissioners. 2. Appellants' Brief: Monroe v. Board of Commissioners. 3. Oral Argument of Frederick Gray. 4. Oral Argument of James Nabrit and Jack Greenberg. 5. Green v. New Kent County. 6. Monroe v. Board of Commissioners -- Ch. 3. The Way to Swann. I. Swann in the Supreme Court: The Briefs. 1. Brief for Petitioners. 2. Amicus Brief: Marian Wright Edelman and Joseph Rauh. 3. Amicus Brief: Senator Sam J. Ervin. II. Swann in the Supreme Court: The Justices. 1. "Mr. Justice Stewart, Dissenting in Part" 2. Memorandum of Justice Harlan. 3. "Mr. Justice Douglas" 4. Memorandum of Justice William J. Brennan -- Ch. 4. Keyes. I. Keyes and the Fallout From Swann. 1. Paul R. Dimond - "School Segregation in the North: There Is But One Constitution" 2. Justice Douglas' Memorandum on Keyes. 3. Justice Brennan's Memorandum to the Conference. 4. Justice Powell's Opinion in Keyes. 5. Justice Rehnquist's Dissent in Keyes -- Ch. 5. Milliken. I. The Decision That Never Was. 1. Justice Douglas' Memorandum in Richmond. 2. Justice Rehnquist's Memorandum in Richmond. 3. Justice Brennan's Memorandum in Richmond. II. Milliken and its Legacy. 1. Chief Justice Burger's First Draft in Milliken. 2. Solicitor General Robert Bork's Brief in Milliken. 3. From the Bench. 4. Charles R. Lawrence, III - "'Segregation Misunderstood': The Milliken Decision Revisited" -- Ch. 6. Keyes and Milliken: The Aftermath. I. Segregative Intent: The Sport of the Seventies. 1. Cisneros v. Corpus Christi Independent School District. 2. United States v. Texas Education Agency (Austin I). 3. Austin II. 4. Austin III. 5. Austin IV -- Ch. 7. Endgame. Coda: "Marshall v. Thomas" 1. Justice Marshall's Dissent in Dowell. 2. Justice Thomas' Concurrence in Missouri v. Jenkins