Berger's Big Book

Buckley Jr., Wm.F.
November 1977
National Review;11/11/1977, Vol. 29 Issue 44, p1320
The article presents information on recent political developments in the U.S. There is a new practice for public school teachers in New York City, to separate them by race and then assign them in proportion to their numbers, where possible, to classes in which a different race predominates. This practice has been opposed by Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan. Information is presented on the new book of Professor Raoul Berger "In Government by Judiciary: The Transformation of the 14th Amendment," which documents the awful usurpations of the activist courts done in the name of the 14th Amendment. Details are presented of a press conference of U.S. President Jimmy Carter about the oil and gas industry. A new book on the Carter Administration reveals that early in his Presidency, at a Cabinet meeting discussing the energy crisis, Carter talked about new energy sources .


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