From 'Brown' to 'Bakke': The Supreme Court and School Integration: 1954-1978 por J. Harvie Wilkinson

From 'Brown' to 'Bakke': The Supreme Court and School Integration: 1954-1978 por J. Harvie Wilkinson

Titulo del libro : From 'Brown' to 'Bakke': The Supreme Court and School Integration: 1954-1978
Autor : J. Harvie Wilkinson

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Críticas ""A fascinating, eloquent, important study. Perhaps no one is better qualified to deal with its subject than J. Harvie Wilkinson III....A brilliant work, a major contribution to historical study and to jurisprudence.""--Journal of Southern History ""A first-rate book--eloquent and informative in narration, sane and temperate in judgment. I am astonished that anyone could render so intelligible the uneven course of history from Brown to Bakke, yet without a moment's simplification.""--The Washington Star ""This book is an excellent source for an issue that involves every American today. Certainly after reading this book it is clear we have come a long way (Americans in general) but also we have a long way to go. The minds have been won, now the hearts need to be as well.""--Sam Giordanengo, Armstrong Atlantic State University ""A fascinating, eloquent, important study. Perhaps no one is better qualified to deal with its subject than J. Harvie Wilkinson III....A brilliant work, a major contribution to historical study and to jurisprudence.""--Journal of Southern History ""A first-rate book--eloquent and informative in narration, sane and temperate in judgment. I am astonished that anyone could render so intelligible the uneven course of history from Brown to Bakke, yet without a moment's simplification.""--The Washington Star ""A fascinating, eloquent, important study. Perhaps no one is better qualified to deal with its subject than J. Harvie Wilkinson III....A brilliant work, a major contribution to historical study and to jurisprudence.""--Journal of Southern History ""A first-rate book--eloquent and informative in narration, sane and temperate in judgment. I am astonished that anyone could render so intelligible the uneven course of history from Brown to Bakke, yet without a moment's simplification.""--The Washington Star ""A fascinating, eloquent, important study. Perhaps no one is better qualified to deal with its subject than J. Harvie Wilkinson III....A brilliant work, a major contribution to historical study and to jurisprudence.""--Journal of Southern History ""A first-rate book--eloquent and informative in narration, sane and temperate in judgment. I am astonished that anyone could render so intelligible the uneven course of history from Brown to Bakke, yet without a moment's simplification.""--The Washington Star ""A fascinating, eloquent, important study. Perhaps no one is better qualified to deal with its subject than J. Harvie Wilkinson III....A brilliant work, a major contribution to historical study and to jurisprudence.""--Journal of Southern History ""A first-rate book--eloquent and informative in narration, sane and temperate in judgment. I am astonished that anyone could render so intelligible the uneven course of history from Brown to Bakke, yet without a moment's simplification.""--The Washington Star Reseña del editor This book is a historical study of jurisprudence focused on the assessment of the role of the Supreme Court in public school integration in the mid-twentieth century. The manner in which the principal Supreme Court decisions are illuminated by the practical, legal, and political difficulties at each step of the way provides a very well informed perspective that is both interesting and important. Ver Descripción del producto