Simple justice : the history of Brown v. Board of Education and Black America's struggle for equality / Richard Kluger.

Author
Kluger, Richard [Browse]
Format
Book
Language
English
Εdition
Rev. and expanded ed.
Published/​Created
New York : Knopf, 2004.
Description
xii, 865 p. ; 24 cm.

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Summary note
An expanded edition of the classic study details the historical and cultural roots of, the various litigations and court decisions leading to, and the implications of the Supreme Court's historic 1954 Brown decision.
Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references (p. [802]-836) and indexes.
Contents
  • Together let us sweetly live
  • Original sin
  • The special favorite of the laws
  • Not like bales of hay
  • Coming of age in nigger heaven
  • Exhibit A
  • The raw deal
  • Uncle fearless's nephew
  • Stalking the law of the jungle
  • One of the gang
  • A foot in the door
  • The spurs of Texas are upon you
  • On the natural inferiority of bootblacks
  • The doll man and other experts
  • Charleston detour
  • Prairie fire
  • The Menninger connection
  • Jim Crow, Inc.
  • Stick with us
  • The pride of Virginia
  • The best place to attack
  • Going for the jugular
  • At loggerheads
  • The six-month summer
  • Arrival of the superchief
  • Simple justice
  • Visible man : fifty years after Brown.
ISBN
0375414770
LCCN
^^2003026732
OCLC
53896601
RCP
H - S
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