Thursday, June 28, 2007

Walter Dellinger on Brown and the School Cases

This morning, Slate features Walter Dellinger, in an email conversation with Dahlia Lithwick, titled "How Brown v. Board of Education Changed the South Forever"

Dellinger wrote earlier for Slate about the "mistake of historic proportions" that would be made if the Court struck down the Seattle and Louisville plans, noting that "[a] majority of the justices seem to believe that striking down these plans would relocate school assignments to some race-neutral Garden of Eden, a wondrous, mythical place in which race plays no role in which public schools pupils attend."

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