Desegregating Schools in the South
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Through a review of several historical legal cases, this paper examines the gradual desegregation of schools that took place in the United States. The paper highlights the fallacy of the notion of "separate but equal" and points out that educational equality is foundational to the establishment of a culture that interacts in a meaningful way and that desegregation is the only way such equality might be achieved.
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