May 1978
National Review Bulletin;5/5/1978, Vol. 30 Issue 18, pB57
The article focuses on the desegregation of college systems in the U.S. In 1977, a Federal District Court judge had ordered the U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare (HEW) to prepare guidelines for the desegregation of state college systems in six states, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, Oklahoma, and Virginia. In due course, the requirements were prepared and five of the six states submitted their desegregation plans. North Carolina was the only state that failed to meet the HEW's requirements. According to officials of the HEW, North Carolina's desegregation plans retained unconstitutional vestiges of discrimination.


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