Between North and South chronicles the three-decades-long struggle over segregated schooling in Delaware, a key border state and important site of civil rights activism and white reaction, that despite concerted white opposition to reforms produced one of the most progressive desegregation remedies in the nation.
2012 | 328 pages | Cloth $45.00
American History / Public Policy / Political Science / African-American Studies/African Studies
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Table of Contents
PART I. CHALLENGING JIM CROW
Chapter 1. "There Is a Movement on Foot"
Chapter 2. "He Wouldn't Help Me Get a Jim Crow Bus"
PART II. ELIMINATING JIM CROW
Chapter 3. "The Delaware Method of Solving Things"
Chapter 4. "If We Must and Are to Have Integration"
PART III. EXTENDING BROWN'S MANDATE
Chapter 5. "The Other Side of the Milliken Coin"
Chapter 6. "For and Against School Busing"