Shifting Sand

May 1976
New Republic;5/29/76, Vol. 174 Issue 22, p4
Comments on the anti-busing campaign of President Gerald R. Ford in the U.S. Efforts to win conservative voters in the presidential elections; Permission of federal judges for wide discretion; Opinion of the Chief Justice Warren E. Burger about the remedies; Limitation of integration plan; Information that in Boston Federal District Court Judge W. Arthur Garrity found that over a long period of time the Boston School Committee deliberately and illegally discriminated against black school children.


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