Fifty-Eight Lonely Men: Southern Federal Judges and School Desegregation
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Fifty-Eight Lonely Men: Southern Federal Judges and School Desegregation

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Paperback, 296 pages
Published April 1st 1971 by University of Illinois Press
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Feb 15, 2014 B rated it 4 of 5 stars
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It's a little time-encrusted, but it's a very unique perspective on school integration. The author's thesis is that the federal district judges were the fulcrum of the whole thing. Very few biographies or biographical sketches or historical sketches or regular workaday district judges. Just Learned Hand, right?

Most of the judges come off poorly,a s the epilogue indicates, but some of them seem much better by not being out-and-out racists. So I think the sharp criticism meant to be sent doesn't...more
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Interesting read on the effects of Brown v. Board, if only a tad dry.
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