Parents v. Seattle

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For more information, see the Wikipedia article "Parents Involved in Community Schools v. Seattle School District No. 1"

This is a topic, with start date December 4, 2006 and end date June 28, 2007.

Its theme(s) are United States domestic politics.

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Supreme Court was correct in its ruling


All items that address this topic (19 total)[edit]

Title Author Source Date
Diversity without Decrees National Review editorial board National Review 2007-06-28
Seattle Grace Peter Kirsanow National Review 2007-06-28
A Blow to Brown The Washington Post editorial board The Washington Post 2007-06-29
A setback to equality San Francisco Chronicle editorial board San Francisco Chronicle 2007-06-29
Brown's legacy lives, but barely Charles J. Ogletree Jr. The Boston Globe 2007-06-29
Call It What It Is: Overturning Brown v. Board of Education Jesselyn Radack Daily Kos 2007-06-29
Don’t Mourn Brown v. Board of Education Juan Williams The New York Times 2007-06-29
Fracturing a landmark Los Angeles Times editorial board Los Angeles Times 2007-06-29
Race and the Roberts Court The Wall Street Journal editorial board The Wall Street Journal 2007-06-29
Race one factor in admissions The Denver Post editorial board The Denver Post 2007-06-29
Resegregation Now The New York Times editorial board The New York Times 2007-06-29
Ruling sends clear message Sharon Browne USA Today 2007-06-29
Setback for equal education USA Today editorial board USA Today 2007-06-29
Standing in the Schoolhouse Door Eugene Robinson The Washington Post 2007-06-29
Integration defeats quotas Steve Chapman Chicago Tribune 2007-07-01
The Vanity of Judicial Activism James Taranto Best of the Web Today 2007-07-02
Supreme Court got it wrong Errol Louis New York Daily News 2007-07-05
The Court Returns To Brown George F. Will The Washington Post 2007-07-05
Race has no place in Seattle schools John R. Miller The Seattle Times 2007-07-24