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ERIC Number: ED002048
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1960-May
Pages: 37
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SCHOOL DESEGREGATION--THE FIRST SIX YEARS.
Southern Regional Council, Atlanta, GA.
THE ATTEMPT IS MADE TO PUT INTO PERSPECTIVE THE MORAL, LEGAL, AND POLITICAL ISSUES OF SCHOOL DESEGREGATION FOR THE PRIVATE CITIZEN OF THE SOUTH WHO IS STILL IN SEARCH OF THE MORAL AND SOCIAL VALUES DEMANDED BY THE RACIAL PROBLEM. THIRTY QUESTIONS ARE RAISED AND DISCUSSED. SOME OF THE TOPICS INCLUDED WERE--THE SUPREME COURT RULINGS AND THEIR IMPLICATIONS, THE "STATE RIGHTS" ISSUE, THE CIVIL RIGHTS ISSUE, THE STATE OF DESEGREGATION IN SCHOOLS, THE REQUIREMENTS OF A GOOD DESEGREGATION PLAN, "TOKEN DESEGREGATION," THE "SOLID" SOUTH, SCHOOL DESEGREGATION RESULTS, "EXTREMIST" INVOLVEMENT, THE EFFECT OF RACIAL ISSUES ON UNITED STATES INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS, AND THE WAYS THAT THE INDIVIDUAL CAN HELP IN HIS COMMUNITY. THE COURT DECISIONS OF BROWN VERSUS TOPEKA, COOPERA VERSUS AARON, AND JAMES VERSUS ALMOND, SUGGESTIONS FOR FURTHER READING, AND A MAP OF THE COUNTIES WHICH HAD BEEN DESEGREGATED BY 1960 ARE ALSO INCLUDED.
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Authoring Institution: Southern Regional Council, Atlanta, GA.
Identifiers: Georgia (Atlanta)