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Brown v. Board: The Landmark Oral Argument before the Supreme Court
Leon Friedman (ed); Waldo E. martin, Jr. (in)
The legal case “Brown v. Board of Educ.” sparked a revolution in race relations that transformed America’s social & political landscape. Argued before the Supreme Court in 1952 & 1953, the case was an historic encounter between the forces of racial segregation & the burgeoning civil rights movement. The resulting decision outlawed segregation in public schools. On the occasion of the 50th ann. of the decision, this book contains the transcripts of the oral arguments before the Court in the “Brown” case. They are among the most revealing documents of contemporary history, with a cast of characters -- Thurgood Marshall, Hugo Black, Felix Frankfurter, & many others. “The essential starting point for those interested in the modern struggle for civil rights.”
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