Irony of Desegregation Law 1955-1995 : Essays and Documents

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781558761209
  • Publisher: Wiener, Markus Publishers, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 5/28/1996
  • Pages: 400

Table of Contents

Preface
Prologue: The Two Sides of Brown II 1
Brief of Prince Edward County 19
Rebuttal Brief of Prince Edward County 24
Oral Argument of Emory Rogers 26
Brief of United States Government 28
Comments by James Nabrit and Milton Korman 29
Felix Frankfurter - Memorandum on Districting 31
Felix Frankfurter - Memorandum on Desegregation Decree 32
Decision 33
Ch. 1 The Failures of Neutrality 35
I Dove v. Parham 62
1 Brief for Appellees 62
2 Robert Carter's Memorandum 64
3 Chief Judge Harvey Johnsen's Decision 68
4 Judge Smith Henley's Decision 69
II Freedom of Choice 71
1 School Desegregation in the Southern and Border States, 1965-66 71
III The Attack on De Facto Segregation 75
1 Blocker v. Board of Education of Manhasset 76
2 Barksdale v. Springfield School Committee 78
3 Petitioner's Brief in Bell v. School City of Gary 79
IV The Cincinnati Case: The Housing Issue 82
1 Trial Brief: Deal v. Cincinnati Board of Education 82
2 Colloquy in the District Court 83
3 Appeal to the Supreme Court 86
Ch. 2 Jefferson and Green: The Great Turning 89
I Jefferson County 109
1 The Fifth Circuit's Affirmance 109
2 Judge Walter Gewin, Dissenting 110
3 Judge Griffin Bell, Dissenting 112
II The Green Trilogy 114
1 Appellees' Brief: Monroe v. Board of Commissioners 114
2 Appellants' Brief: Monroe v. Board of Commissioners 117
3 Oral Argument of Frederick Gray 118
4 Oral Argument of James Nabrit and Jack Greenberg 120
5 Green v. New Kent County 122
6 Monroe v. Board of Commissioners 124
Ch. 3 The Way to Swann 127
I Swann in the Supreme Court: The Briefs 158
1 Brief for Petitioners 158
2 Amicus Brief: Marian Wright Edelman and Joseph Rauh 161
3 Amicus Brief: Senator Sam J. Ervin 164
II Swann in the Supreme Court: The Justices 166
1 "Mr. Justice Stewart, Dissenting in Part" 166
2 Memorandum of Justice Harlan 169
3 "Mr. Justice Douglas" 172
4 Memorandum of Justice William J. Brennan 174
Ch. 4 Keyes 177
I Keyes and the Fallout From Swann 199
1 Paul R. Dimond - "School Segregation in the North: There Is But One Constitution" 199
2 Justice Douglas' Memorandum on Keyes 201
3 Justice Brennan's Memorandum to the Conference 202
4 Justice Powell's Opinion in Keyes 203
5 Justice Rehnquist's Dissent in Keyes 208
Ch. 5 Milliken 211
I The Decision That Never Was 237
1 Justice Douglas' Memorandum in Richmond 237
2 Justice Rehnquist's Memorandum in Richmond 238
3 Justice Brennan's Memorandum in Richmond 241
II Milliken and its Legacy 243
1 Chief Justice Burger's First Draft in Milliken 243
2 Solicitor General Robert Bork's Brief in Milliken 245
3 From the Bench 247
4 Charles R. Lawrence, III - "'Segregation Misunderstood': The Milliken Decision Revisited" 249
Ch. 6 Keyes and Milliken: The Aftermath 255
I Segregative Intent: The Sport of the Seventies 281
1 Cisneros v. Corpus Christi Independent School District 280
2 United States v. Texas Education Agency (Austin I) 283
3 Austin II 284
4 Austin III 286
5 Austin IV 288
Ch. 7 Endgame 291
Coda: "Marshall v. Thomas" 323
1 Justice Marshall's Dissent in Dowell 323
2 Justice Thomas' Concurrence in Missouri v. Jenkins 326
Conclusion 331
Notes 337
List of Detailed Sources 371
Selected Bibliography 374
Acknowledgments 379
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