TITLE

Conflicting Signals

AUTHOR(S)
Miller, Jonathan
PUB. DATE
July 1977
SOURCE
New Republic;7/23/77, Vol. 177 Issue 4, p10
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Deals with the ruling given by the U.S. Supreme Court over the order given by U.S. District Court Judge Carl B. Rubin on school integration in the city of Dayton, Ohio. Analysis of the order given by Rubin; Report that the progress of the case through the courts has been attended by a combination of remarkable public restraint and a single incident of shocking violence; Information on forced busing to achieve school integration.
ACCESSION #
9598451

 

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