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ERIC Number: ED084331
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1973
Pages: 255
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To Kill a Child's Spirit: The Tragedy of School Segregation in Los Angeles.
Caughey, John; Caughey, LaRee
The contents of this case study, on the perpetuation of segregation in the American city and a participant's narrative of Los Angeles' 10-year debate and struggle, 70-day trial and court order which was promptly bottled up by appeal, are organized in 13 parts as follows: (1) "The Segregating of the Los Angeles Schools"; (2) "Attempts to Persuade the Board"; (3) "Obstruction Continues"; (4) "And So To Court"; (5) "The Case for Integration"; (6) "The Case for Segregation"; (7) "Adjudicated Segregators"; (8) "White Backlash"; (9) "While the Children Wait"; (10) "Millions for Decentralization but Not One Cent for Integration"; (11) "Children in Double Jeopardy"; (12) "To Bus or Not to Bus, That Is Not the Question"; and, (13) "Appeal for the Children." There is a Foreword by Ramsey Clark. (JM)
F.E. Peacock Publishers, Inc., 401 West Irving Park Road, Itasca, Ill. 60143 ($4.95)
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Identifiers - Location: California