Integration–The Seven Lean Years

Bickel, Alexander M.
September 1961
New Republic;9/25/61, Vol. 145 Issue 13, p17
Compares the segregation problem in the Southern States with the American Algeria. Argument pertaining to Supreme Court's 1954 school integration decision; Threats in the attainment of national purpose and integrity; Views that the judicial process has reached the limit of its capacity; Argument that presidential campaign marked the assumption of political responsibility for the principle of racial integration.


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