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The hardest deal of all : the battle over school integration in Mississippi, 1870-1980 / Charles C. Bolton.

By: Bolton, Charles C
Publisher: Jackson, MS : University Press of Mississippi, 2005Edition: 1st edDescription: xxii, 278 p. : maps ; 24 cmISBN: 1578067170 (cloth : alk. paper)Subject(s): School integration -- Mississippi | Segregation in education -- Mississippi | African Americans -- Education -- Mississippi | School integration -- Massive resistance movement -- MississippiDDC classification: 379.2/63/09762 LOC classification: LC214.22.M7 | B65 2005Online resources: Table of contents
Contents:
Too many schools, too little money : Mississippi's dual education system, 1870-1940 -- A last gasp to maintain a segregated system : Mississippi's failed effort to make separate education truly equal -- Years of nothing but deliberate speed : the aftermath of Brown in Mississippi -- The crack in the wall : school desegregation begins -- Freedom of choice for whites : massive resistance by another name -- Freedom of choice for blacks : "very little choice and no freedom at all" -- School integration : we do not want our children going to school with yours -- School integration : a pyrrhic victory?
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Stacks LC214.22 .M7 B65 2005 (Browse shelf) 1 Available 33039000888320

Includes bibliographical references (p. 224-268) and index.

Too many schools, too little money : Mississippi's dual education system, 1870-1940 -- A last gasp to maintain a segregated system : Mississippi's failed effort to make separate education truly equal -- Years of nothing but deliberate speed : the aftermath of Brown in Mississippi -- The crack in the wall : school desegregation begins -- Freedom of choice for whites : massive resistance by another name -- Freedom of choice for blacks : "very little choice and no freedom at all" -- School integration : we do not want our children going to school with yours -- School integration : a pyrrhic victory?

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