Simple Justice: The History of Brown V. Board of Education and Black America's Struggle for Equality, Volume 2

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Vintage Books, 1977 - Segregation in education - 823 pages
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Describes the race relations in America leading up to the Supreme Court case of Brown v. Board of Education, the process by which Brown worked its way up to the Court, and how a decision was reached by the Court.

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This is one of our nation's greatest stories of how our justice system, that seems so often to be broken, gets it right. There is a nearly straight line from the Supreme Court's decision in Brown v ... Read full review

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Separate but equal was never equal. Supreme Court decision upheld Jim Crow laws and the Federal govt. abided by Jim Crow laws in their own employment, cafeteria, offices, etc. The Garland Fund ... Read full review

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Together Let Us Sweetly Live
3
Original Sin
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The Special Favorite of the Laws
51
Copyright

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About the author (1977)

Richard Kluger"'s books include "Simple Justice," the classic account of the U.S. Supreme Court's 1954 landmark decision ending racial segregation of the nation's public schools, and "The Paper: The Life and Death of the "New York Herald Tribune, both finalists for the National Book Award. His critical history of the tobacco industry, "Ashes to Ashes,"" "won the Pulitzer Prize for general nonfiction in 1997. He is also the author or coauthor of eight novels. He lives with his wife, Phyllis, in Berkeley, California.

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