Busing Litigation in Perspective
Byrnes, Martha C.
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Much has been written about the issue of busing for integration. Doubtless, much more will be written before the problem is solved. This work intends not only to outline the history of desegregation litigation but also to sketch the immediate legal framework upon which most of the current court cases depend. This is possible, as the paper will show, because of an evolving consensus among the courts, and one that, despite the lack of clear direction, has consistently found that segregated education is unlawful.If you are not a current K College student, faculty, or staff member, email email@example.com to request access to this SIP.