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Louis Ray is associate professor at Fairleigh Dickinson University’s Peter Sammartino School of Education.
Introduction: Reversing Segregation as Public Policy
Chapter One: Sensing the Initiative Slipping Away
Chapter Two: The Hot Springs Conference and Teacher Welfare
Chapter Three: Litigation as the Twin of Direct Action
Chapter Four: “…This Leadership is neither ignorant nor afraid”
Chapter Five: The Implosion of the New Deal Coalition
Chapter Six: Strengthening African American Higher Education
Chapter Seven: The Criminalization of African American Youth
Chapter Eight: Reassessing Civil Rights Goals: the 1960s
Chapter Nine: Inequality Persists and Takes New Forms
Chapter Ten: Confirmation or Reset?
Chapter Eleven: Where Does the North Star Go at Daybreak?
Chapter Twelve: Afterword
About the Author