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The records of the Cabinet Committee on Education from Record Group 220 were transferred into the custody of the Nixon Presidential Library by the Office of Records Services, Washington, DC, National Archives and Records Administration. See the Guide to Federal Records for more information on Record Group 220.

  • Number of Boxes:  32
  • Approximate number of pages:   25,500

Organization Note

On February 16, 1970, President Nixon announced the creation of the Cabinet Committee on Education. Calling it an ďinformal Cabinet-level working group,Ē the President said the committee would examine assistance that the President and the Federal agencies could provide to school districts ordered by the courts to desegregate immediately. The committee was also known as the Vice Presidentís Cabinet Committee on School Desegregation. Chaired by the Vice President, the groupís members included Secretary of Labor George P. Shultz as Vice Chairman, Attorney General John Mitchell, Postmaster General Winton M. Blount, Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare Robert H. Finch, Donald Rumsfeld, director of the Office of Economic Opportunity, and Presidential counsellors Daniel P. Moynihan and Bryce Harlow. A staff, headed first by Robert C. Mardian, and then by Edmond L. Morgan, carried out the day-to-day activities of the Committee.

The Committee performed two primary functions. It amassed information on desegregation and distributed the information to communities in need of assistance. It also consulted with experts inside and outside of government in order to prepare a set of recommended criteria for the allocation of emergency funds the President was requesting for the desegregating school districts. President Nixon also appointed State Advisory Committees to work with the Cabinet Committee. The Committee was disbanded on December 31, 1972.

Scope and Content Note

The files reflect primarily the Cabinet Committee on Educationís role in gathering and distributing information on desegregation to local school districts. Most of the materials concern the years 1971 and 1972 when the Committee continued to monitor school districts ordered by the federal courts to desegregate, but a few of the files, including a 1970 draft history of the Cabinet Committee on Education written by Committee staff, relate to the crisis in the summer and fall of 1970 surrounding the court orders to immediately desegregate public schools. The files are organized into three series: Subject Files, Administrative Files, and Newspaper Clippings. Related materials may be found in the files of H. R. Haldeman, John Ehrlichman, Leonard Garment, Bradley Patterson, Charles Colson, John Dean, Egil Krogh, Harry Dent, and Patrick Buchanan and also in the White House Central Files, Subject Files, FA (Federal Aid).

Series Description

Boxes:   1-19
Series:   Subject Files | Folder Title List
Spans:   1969-1972
Description:   The Subject Files reflect primarily the Cabinet Committee on Educationís role as an information clearing house on public school desegregation for the Nixon administration. Many of these files contain copies of newspaper clippings although a few of these clippings files contain scattered correspondence and State Action Committee newsletters. Other files organized by city or county contain statistical reports on school desegregation. A small portion of the files concern the opening of schools in the fall of 1970 and the trouble encountered surrounding the implementation of desegregation. Other topics include evaluation of available resources from federal agencies to assist local school districts with rapid segregation and the displacement of African American educators from their positions in formerly segregated schools.

Boxes:   20
Series:   Administrative Files | Folder Title List
Spans:   1970-1972
Description:   The Administrative Files contain correspondence, memoranda, contracts, travel vouchers, and organizational charts. Subjects include the National Education Association, Robert Mardian, and coordination with federal agencies.

Boxes:   21-32 | Folder Title List
Series:   Newspaper Clippings
Spans:   1970-1971
Description:   The Newspaper Clippings series contains articles from a wide variety of local newspapers concerning the desegregation of public schools around the country although most address desegregation in the South. The Cabinet Committee on Education staff apparently collected these clippings in their role as an information clearing house on public school desegregation for the Nixon administration. A majority of the clippings are arranged alphabetically by state and locality, but others are arranged alphabetically by general subject.

Folder Title List

SUBJECT FILES

Box 1

Action Districts [n.d.]
District Narratives [n.d.]
Reviewed Districts [n.d.]
Alabama [1971, n.d.]
Alabama—Clippings [1970-1972]
Arkansas [1971-1972, n.d.]
Arkansas—Clippings [1970-1972]
Georgia—Clippings [1971-1972] [1 of 2]
Georgia—Clippings [1971-1972] [2 of 2]
Georgia Clippings II [1971-1972]
Georgia [1971, n.d.]
Kentucky—Questionnaire Forms [n.d.]
Louisiana [1971]
Louisiana—Clippings [1971-1972]

Box 2

Mississippi—Clippings [1971-1972]
North Carolina [1971]
North Carolina—Clippings [1971-1972]
South Carolina—Clippings [1970-1971]
South Carolina [1971]
Virginia [1971, n.d.]
Virginia—Clippings [1971]
West Virginia [1971, n.d.]
Richland #1, SC [South Carolina]—Clippings [1971]
Raleigh, NC [North Carolina] (J) [1971]
Jackson, Mississippi—Clippings [1971]
Jackson, Mississippi—Clippings II [1971-1972]

Box 3

Mississippi [1971, n.d.]
Title IV Information on School Districts [n.d.]
Master Copy—Trouble Districts Status Sheets [n.d.]
Summary of Resources [n.d.]
Status Reports [1970]
Justice Logs [1970]
OCR [Office of Civil Rights] Trouble Districts [n.d.]
Opening Dates [1970]
Crisis [1970]
Trouble Districts [1970]
Status Charts—CCE [Cabinet Committee on Education] [n.d.]
CCE [Cabinet Committee on Education] Logs [1970]
Justice—HEW [Health, Education, and Welfare] Status Reports 7/1/70

Box 4

State News Clippings [File Divider]
[Newspapers List]
Alabama News Clippings [1970]
Arkansas News Clippings [1970]
California News Clippings [1970]
Colorado News Clippings [1970]
Connecticut News Clippings [1970]
District of Columbia News Clippings [1970]
Florida News Clippings [1970] [1 of 2]
Florida News Clippings [1970] [2 of 2]
Georgia News Clippings [1970]
Illinois News Clippings [1970]
Indiana News Clippings [Empty]
Kansas News Clippings [Empty]
Kentucky News Clipping [1970]
Louisiana News Clippings [1970]
Maryland News Clippings [1970]
Massachusetts News Clippings [1970]
Michigan News Clippings [1970]
Mississippi News Clippings [1970]
Missouri News Clippings [1970] [1 of 2]
Missouri News Clippings [1970] [2 of 2]
Minnesota News Clippings [1970]
New Jersey News Clippings [1970]
New York News Clippings [1970]

Box 5

North Carolina News Clippings [1970] [1 of 6]
North Carolina News Clippings [1970] [2 of 6]
North Carolina News Clippings [1970] [3 of 6]
North Carolina News Clippings [1970] [4 of 6]
North Carolina News Clippings [1970] [5 of 6]
North Carolina News Clippings [1970] [6 of 6]
Ohio News Clippings [1970]
Oklahoma News Clippings [1970]
Pennsylvania News Clippings [1970]
Rhode Island News Clippings [1970]
South Carolina News Clippings [1970]
Tennessee News Clippings [1970]

Box 6

Texas News Clippings [1970]
Virginia News Clippings [1970]
CCE [Cabinet Committee on Education] Teletype Info Fall 1970
CCE [Cabinet Committee on Education] Newsletter Infoflow
News Clippings—Subjects [File Divider]
News Clippings Busing [1970]
News Clippings Campus Unrest [1970]
News Clippings Cartoons [1970]
Congressional Appropriations [1970]
Editorials [1970]
News Clippings Desegregation [1970]
News Interview Billy Graham [n.d.]

Box 7

News Clippings—Justice Statements [1970]
News Clippings—Racial Balance [1970]
News Clippings—Administration Integration Policy [1970]
News Clippings—School Legislation [1970]
News Clippings—Tax Exemptions For Private Schools [1970]
News Clippings—TV/AM/FM News Reports [1970]
News Clippings—HEW [Health, Education, and Welfare] Statements [1970]
News Clippings—Congressional Record [1970-1971]
News Clippings—Congressional Record [1970]
Departmental Resources—HUD [Housing and Urban Development]

Box 8

Departmental Resources—DHEW [Department of Health, Education, and Welfare] [1970]
Departmental Resources—OEO [Office of Economic Opportunity] [1970]
Departmental Resources—Department of Defense [1970]
Departmental Resources—Labor [1970]
Departmental Resources—Appalachian Reg. Commission [1969-1970]
Departmental Resources—CSC [Civil Service Commission] [1970]
Departmental Resources—Agriculture [1970]
Departmental Resources—Department of Justice [1970]
Departmental Resources—US Commission on Civil Rights [1970]
Departmental Resources—Council on Youth [1970]
Departmental Resources—President’s Council on Physical Fitness and Sports [1970]
Departmental Resources—Commerce [1970]
Departmental Resources—Department of Transportation [1970]
Departmental Resources—GSA [General Services Administration] [1970]
Departmental Resources—NSF [National Science Foundation] [1970]
Departmental Resources—GPO [Government Printing Office] [1970]
Departmental Resources—EEOC [Equal Employment Opportunity Commission] [1970]
Departmental Resources—General [1970]

Box 9

Atlanta Conference October 8, 1970
Atlanta Conference August 20, 1971
Displaced Educators Folder I (Thru 12/70)
Displaced Educators Folder II (Begin 1/71)
Names and Addresses of Displaced Educators [1969-1971]
Elementary and Secondary Education [1971]
La Causa Comun [1971-1972]
Tool Box—Background Information [1970]

Box 10

Educational Personnel Development [1969-1971]
Drafts of CCE [Cabinet Committee on Education] History [1970] [1 of 3]
Drafts of CCE [Cabinet Committee on Education] History [1970] [2 of 3]
Drafts of CCE [Cabinet Committee on Education] History [1970] [3 of 3]
$1.5 Billion—Clippings [1970-1971]
Miscellaneous Clippings [1971-1972]
San Francisco California Clippings [1971-1972]
California School Financing Clippings [1971-1972]
School Finance Clippings (II) [1971-1972]

Box 11

District of Columbia—Clippings [1971-1972]
Florida—Clippings [1971-1972]
Maryland Clippings [1971-1972]
Prince George’s, Maryland—Clippings [1971-1972]
Knoxville, Tennessee Clippings [1971-1972]
Memphis, Tennessee Clippings [1971-1972]
Shelby County, Tennessee Clippings [1971]
Tennessee Clippings [1971-1972]
Texas Clippings
Austin, Texas Clippings [1971]
Corpus Christi—Texas—Clippings [1971]
Del Rio, Texas, Clippings [1971]
Dallas, Texas, Clippings
Alexandria, Virginia, Clippings
Arlington, Virginia, Clippings
Mason College, Virginia, Clippings
Newport News, Virginia, Clippings [1971]
Virginia Clippings [1971-1972]
Richmond, Virginia, Clippings [1971-1972]
Richmond, Virginia, Clippings 1972
Mississippi ESAP Projects, 1971-1972 [1 of 2]
Mississippi ESAP Projects, 1971-1972 [2 of 2]

Box 12

Newspaper Clippings [1970]
Press Clippings, Cabinet Committee [1970]
Press Clippings, February, 1970
Press Clippings, March 1970 [1 of 2]
Press Clippings, March 1970 [2 of 2]
Press Clippings, April 1970
Press Clippings, May 1970

Box 13

TheNew York Times Educational Review, January 10, 1972
Teacher Discrimination [1970]
Notes—GRB (General) [1970]
NEA [National Education Association] Survey—Most States [1965-1970]
Non-NEA [National Education Association] Funds
Clippings—July [1970]
Press Clippings—July 1970
Press Clippings—June 1970
Education Bill [1972]
Mississippi [1972]
Oklahoma [1972]
Desegregation: Violence in Schools [1971-1972]
Resegregation Clippings and Northern Segregation [1971-1972]

Box 14

Busing Issue after January 1972 [1 of 2]
Busing Issue after January 1972 [2 of 2]
General Busing Coverage/Editorial Clippings [1971-1972] [1 of 2]
General Busing Coverage/Editorial Clippings [1971-1972] [2 of 2]
President Nixon—Post Austin Busing Issue—Clipping [1971]
Candidates’ Views on Busing 1972

Box 15

Richmond County Georgia Clippings [1971-1972]
Congress Education Bill [1972]
Richmond Georgia Clippings [II] [1972]
$1.5 Billion—Clippings [1971-1972]
Alabama—Governor Wallace
Southern Governors’ Conference
HEW Action—Clippings [1971-1972]
Black Teacher Displacement—Clippings and Teacher Ratios [1971-1972]
Political Ramifications of Desegregation—Clippings [1971]
Nixon and Black Officials—Clippings [1971]
Housing and Racism—Clippings [1971]
Non-Public Schools—Clippings [1971-72]
Parochial Schools—Clippings [1971-1972]

Box 16

“The Transition Period—Public Education Preserved” [Copy 1]
“The Transition Period—Public Education Preserved” [Copy 2]
Jackson Public Schools—Jackson, Mississippi, April 10, 1970-November 15, 1970
Jackson Chamber of Commerce
Achieving Effective Desegregation Volume III—Bibliography
Achieving Effective Desegregation Volume IV—Four Expert Papers
Achieving Effective Desegregation Volume V—Recommended Data System

Box 17

Litigation [1970-1971]
School Opening Dates [1970]
Arkansas [1970]
Telephone Numbers for North Carolina and Florida [n.d.]
Anniston, Alabama (J) [1970-1971]
Bessmer, Alabama (J) [1971]
Birmingham, Alabama (J) [1969-1971]
Callhoun County, Alabama (J) [1970-1971]
Dallas County, Alabama (J) [1970-1971]
Dothan, Alabama (J) [1971]
Fairfield, Alabama (J) [1971]
Florence, Alabama (J) [1971]
Gadsden, Alabama (J) [1971]
Hak County, Alabama (J) [1971]
Jefferson County, Alabama (J) [1970]
Limestone County, Alabama (J) [1971]
Marengo County, Alabama (J) [1971]
Mobile City, Alabama (J) [1970-1971]
Mobile, Alabama Clippings [1970-1971]
Montgomery County, Alabama (J) [1970-1971]
Morgan County, Alabama (J) [1971]
Opelike, Alabama (J) [1971]
Perry County, Alabama (J) [1970-1971]
Selma, Alabama (J) [1970-1971]
Tuscaloosa, Alabama (J) [1970-1971]
El Dorado, Arkansas (P) [1971]
Forest City, Arkansas (P) [1969-1971]
Fort Smith, Arkansas (P) [1971]
Hulbert-West Memphis, Arkansas (P) [1971]
Little Rock, Arkansas (P) [1971]
North Little Rock, Arkansas (P) [1971]
Pine Bluff, Arkansas [1971]
Palaski County, Arkansas (P) [1970-1971]
Atlanta, Georgia (P) [1970-1971]
Bibb County, Georgia (P) [1970]
Bibb County, Georgia—Clippings [1971-1972]

Box 18

Bulloch County, Georgia (J) [1970-1972]
Clayton, Georgia (J) [1970-1971]
Colquitt County, Georgia (P) [1970]
Decatur County, Georgia (P) [1970]
DeKalb County, Georgia (P) [1970-1971]
Dougherty County, Georgia (P) [1970-1972]
Dougherty County, Georgia—Clippings [1971-1972]
Elbert County, Georgia (J) [1970]
Fulton County, Georgia (P) [1970-1972]
Houston County, Georgia (P) [1970-1972]
Muscogee County, Georgia (P) [1970-1971]
Muscogee County, Georgia—Clippings [1971-1972]
Newton County, Georgia (J) [1970]
Pike County, Georgia (P) [1970]
Rome, Georgia (J) [1970-1972]
Savannah, Georgia (J) [1970-1971]
Savannah, Georgia—Clippings [1971-1972]
Stewart County, Georgia (P) [1970]
Tift County, Georgia (H) [1970-1972]
Ascension Parish, Louisiana (J) [1971]
Bossier Parish, Louisiana [1971, n.d.]
Caddo Parish, Louisiana (J) [1971]
Calcasieu Parish, Louisiana (P) [1970-1971]
DeSoto Parish, Louisiana (J) [1970-1971]
East Baton Rouge Parish, Louisiana (P) [1970-1971]
East Feliciana Parish Louisiana (P) [1970-1971]
Grant Parish, Louisiana (J) [1971]
Iberia Parish, Louisiana (P) [1971]
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana (P) [1971, n.d.]
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana—Clippings [empty]
Lafayette Parish, Louisiana (P) [1971]
LaSalle Parish, Louisiana (J) [1971]
Madison Parish, Louisiana (P) [1971]
Natchitoches Parish, Louisiana (P) [1970-1971]
Orleans Parish, Louisiana (P) [1970-1971]
Charlotte-Mecklenburg County, North Carolina [1970]
Info Center Summaries [1970]

Box 19

Justice School Opening Information [1970]
Original Lists—Trouble Districts OCR-W+R, CRD-W, CRS [n.d.]
FBI Reports [1970]
Status Sheet on Trouble Districts [1970]
Private Suits [n.d.]
Miscellaneous (North Carolina Info) [1970]
Charlotte-Mecklenburg, North Carolina [1970]

ADMINISTRATIVE FILES, 1970-1972

Box 20

Staff Organization
Arkansas SAC [State Action Committee]-Reimbursements
Mardian, Robert
CCE [Cabinet Committee on Education] Budget—FY 1970
National Education Association
Coordination Presentation GRB D.F.
SAC [State Action Committee]—Contracts
Hagaii Contract (FY 1971)

NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS, 1970-1971

Box 21

Alabama—Mobile
Alabama—Mobile County
Alabama—General
Alabama—Private Schools
Alabama—Baldwin County
Alabama—Bay Minette
Alabama—Bessemer School System
Alabama—Birmingham [1 of 2]
Alabama—Birmingham [2 of 2]
Alabama—Birmingham Meeting to Distribute $75 Million
Alabama—Birmingham—Perry County
Alabama—Chicksaw
Alabama—Choctaw County
Alabama—Cobb and Marrietta Counties
Alabama—Decatur
Alabama—Greene County
Alabama—Huntsville
Alabama—Jefferson County
Alabama—Lincoln
Fla. [Alabama]—Madison County
Alabama—Mobile
Alabama—Macon County
Alabama—Mobile County
Alabama—Montgomery
Alabama—S.A.C.
Alabama—Selma
Alabama—Sumter County
Alabama—Talledega County
Alabama—Tuscaloosa: Alabama U.
Alabama—Tuskegee
Alabama—Attorney General Gallion Will Not Press Compulsory Attendance
[Alabama]—Georgia—Wallace
Alabama—Anti-Busing Attack Joined by Cong. Edwards
Arkansas—General
Arkansas—Advisory Committee on Education
Arkansas—Badgett
Busing—Arkansas—Little Rock
Arkansas—Earle
Arkansas—Faubus’ Issue Busing—Dale Bumpers
Arkansas—Federal Funds
Arkansas—Forrest City
Arkansas—Helena
Arkansas—Little Rock—Pulaski County
Arkansas—Little Rock [1 of 2]
Arkansas—Little Rock [2 of 2]
Arkansas—Pine Bluff
Arkansas—Pulaski County School District
Arkansas—Strong School Desegregation Case
Arkansas—Watson Chapel
Arkansas—$4 Million in Emergency Assistance to Arkansas School Districts
California—General
Busing—California—Inglewood
Busing—California—Los Angeles
Busing—California—Pasadena
Busing—California—Reagan’s Ruling
Busing—California—Richmond Complex
Busing—California—Anti-Busing Bill
California—Colton
Busing—California—San Francisco
California—Inglewood
California—Los Angeles [1 of 6]
California—Los Angeles [2 of 6]
California—Los Angeles [3 of 6]
California—Los Angeles [4 of 6]
California—Los Angeles [5 of 6]
California—Los Angeles [6 of 6]
California—Los Angeles—“Supreme Ct Should Clean Up School Mess”
California—Los Angeles—Inglewood Unified School District
California—Palisades
California—Pasadena [1 of 3]
California—Pasadena [2 of 3]
California—Pasadena [3 of 3]
California—Redlands
California—Redwood City—Sequoia Union
California—Sacramento—Grant Joint Union High School District
California—Sacramento
California—San Francisco [1 of 2]
California—San Francisco [2 of 2]
California—San Francisco—Richmond District Elementary School
California—Santa Monica
California—Opposition to Busing—Rep. Bob Mathias
California—The Republican Party
Colorado—Denver [1 of 5]
Colorado—Denver [2 of 5]
Colorado—Denver [3 of 5]
Colorado—Denver [4 of 5]
Colorado—Denver [5 of 5]
Busing—Connecticut—Hartford
Connecticut—Hartford
Connecticut—Meridan
Connecticut—New Haven
Connecticut—West Haven
Connecticut—Waterbury

Box 22

Florida—General
Florida
Florida Election Association (FEA)
Florida—Congressman Cramer Criticizes Vacationing Supreme Court
Florida—Alachua County
Florida—Alachua County (Gainesville)
Florida—Baker County
Florida—Bay County School Board
Florida—Bradford County and Flagler County
Florida—Bradford County and Flagler County—Plans Approved
Florida—Brandon
Florida—Broward
Florida—Broward County [1 of 3]
Florida—Broward County [2 of 3]
Florida—Broward County [3 of 3]
Florida—Broward Busing
Florida—Broward United Stand For America
Floirda—Bunnell
Florida—Bunnell and Flagler County School System
Florida—Bunnell
Busing—Florida—Ana Maria Island
Florida—Busing—Broward
Busing—Florida—Dade
Busing—Florida—Duval
Busing—Florida—Miami [1 of 2]
Busing—Florida—Miami [2 of 2]
Busing—Florida—Pinellas County
Busing—Florida—UCCA
Busing—Florida—Senator Holland and Senator Friday
Florida—Carswell’s Bid For Senate—Cramer
Florida—Chiles Proposes Plan For Action on School Problems
Florida—Clearwater
Florida—Coral Gables [1 of 2]
Florida—Coral Gables [2 of 2]
Florida—Clewiston
Florida—Coral Gables
Florida—Dade County—Bel Aire—Opa-locka—Dorsey—North Miami Heights
Florida—Dade [1 of 2]
Florida—Dade [2 of 2]
Florida—Dade and Broward
Florida—Dade
Florida—Del Ray Beach
Florida—Duval [1 of 4}
Florida—Duval [2 of 4]
Florida—Duval [3 of 4]
Florida—Duval [4 of 4]
Florida—Duval County (Jacksonville)
Florida—Escambia County
Florida—Attorney General Faircloth
Florida—Flagler County
Florida—Fort Lauderdale
Florida—Fort Myers
Florida—Gadsden
Florida—Gainseville [1 of 3]
Florida—Gainesville [2 of 3]
Florida—Gainesville [3 of 3]
Florida—Gulf County
Florida—Hallandale
Florida—Hendry County
Florida—Highlands County
Florida—Hillsborough County Schools
Florida—Hollywood
Florida—Indian River County
Florida—Jacksonville [1 of 2]
Florida—Jacksonville [2 of 2]
Florida—Jackson School Board
Florida—Jacksonville
Florida—Governor Kirk
Florida—Lakeland
Florida—Lake Wales
Florida—Lake Worth High School Disorder
Florida—Lee County
Florida—Leon County
Florida—Manatee County School Board Resignations
Florida—Manatee County
Florida—Marianna
Florida—Marianna—Jackson County School System
Florida—Marion County
Florida—Mayo
Florida—Melbourne
Florida—Miami [1 of 3]
Florida—Miami [2 of 3]
Florida—Miami [3 of 3]
Florida—Miami Springs
Florida—Spanish (Miami)
Florida—Cuban Response
Florida—Monticello
Florida—Nassau County
Florida—New School Plan
Florida—Onslow County
Florida—Orange County
Florida—Osborne
Florida—Pahokee
Florida—Pampano Beach
Florida—Palm Beach County
Florida—PTA Moves to Help Integration
Florida—Pasco
Florida—Pasco County School Board
Florida—Pensacola
Florida—Perrine
Florida—Pine Bluff High School
Florida—Plum Bayou High School
Florida—Pinellas [1 of 2]
Florida—Pinellas [2 of 2]
Florida—Polk County
Florida—Putnam County
Florida—Santa Rosa County
Florida—Santa Rosa
Florida—St. John’s County [1 of 4]
Florida—St. John’s County [2 of 4]
Florida—St. John’s County [3 of 4]
Florida—St. John’s County [4 of 4]
Florida—St. Petersburg
Florida—St. Petersburg—Pinellas County School Board [1 of 2]
Florida—St. Petersburg—Pinellas County School Board [2 of 2]
Florida—Starke—Bradford County
Florida—Sumter County
Florida—Tallahassee
Florida—Tampa [1 of 2]
Florida—Tampa [2 of 2]
Florida—Taylor County
Florida—Taylor
Florida—Union County
Florida—Attorney Ken Cleary (Board Still Plans High Court Appeal)
Florida—Venice
Florida—Volusia

Box 23

Georgia—Overview
Busing—Georgia—Augusta
Georgia—Atlanta [1 of 3]
Georgia—Atlanta [2 of 3]
Georgia—Atlanta [3 of 3]
Georgia—Atlanta (National Coalition of Concerned Citizens)
Georgia—Atlanta—Parley Desegregation Foes
Georgia—Augusta
Busing—Georgia—Atlanta UCCA
Busing—Georgia—Candidate Young
Georgia—Buford
Georgia—Clewiston—LaBelle
Georgia—Dougherty County
Georgia—Fulton County
Georgia—Gwinnett and Cobb Co.
Georgia—Jekyll Island
Georgia—Macon
Georgia—Maddox Desegregation = Communism—Maddox Criticized
Georgia—Marietta
Georgia—Peach County—Taylor County
Georgia—Siloam
Georgia—Sparta
Georgia—Upson County
Georgia—Wrens
Georgia—Georgia State Advisory Committee
Georgia—GOP Hopefuls State Positions on Schools
Georgia—Hoped to get $80 million
Georgia—Appointment of Task Force to Investigate Disappearance and Misassignment of State Educators in Desegregation Plans
Georgia—Hal Suit Opposes Boycotts
Illinois—Chicago
Illinois—Chicago (Likened to Charlotte, NC)
Illinois—Peoria
Illinois—Rockford [1 of 2]
Illinois—Rockford [2 of 2]
Illinois—Freeport
Illinois—St. Louis
Illinois—Palos Heights
Kansas—Topeka
Louisiana
Louisiana—ESAP [1 of 3]
Louisiana—ESAP [2 of 3]
Louisiana—ESAP [3 of 3]
Louisiana—State
Louisiana—Baton Rouge
Louisiana—Governor McKeithan
Louisiana—Homer
Louisiana—New Orleans—Busing
Louisiana—New Orleans [1 of 2]
Louisiana—New Orleans [2 of 2]
Louisiana—School Trip
Louisiana—Alexandria [1 of 2]
Louisiana—Alexandria [2 of 2]
Louisiana—New Orleans [1 of 8]
Louisiana—New Orleans [2 of 8]
Louisiana—New Orleans [3 of 8]
Louisiana—New Orleans [4 of 8]
Louisiana—New Orleans [5 of 8]
Louisiana—New Orleans [6 of 8]
Louisiana—New Orleans [7 of 8]
Louisiana—New Orleans [8 of 8]
Louisiana—Opelousas [1 of 2]
Louisiana—Opelousas [2 of 2]
Louisiana—Plaquemine
Louisiana—SAC
Louisiana—Quiet Mixing
Massachusetts—Boston [1 of 2]
Massachusetts—Boston [2 of 2]
Busing—Michigan—Detroit
Michigan—Ann Arbor (Recruiting Black Teachers)
Michigan—Detroit [1 of 15]
Michigan—Detroit [2 of 15]
Michigan—Detroit [3 of 15]
Michigan—Detroit [4 of 15]
Michigan—Detroit [5 of 15]
Michigan—Detroit [6 of 15]
Michigan—Detroit [7 of 15]
Michigan—Detroit [8 of 15]
Michigan—Detroit [9 of 15]
Michigan—Detroit [10 of 15]
Michigan—Detroit [11 of 15]
Michigan—Detroit [12 of 15]
Michigan—Detroit [13 of 15]
Michigan—Detroit [14 of 15]
Michigan—Detroit [15 of 15]
Michigan—Grand Rapids
Michigan—Lansing
Michigan—Oakland Hills ORT
Michigan—Pontiac
Michigan—Royal Oak
Michigan—Saginaw
Michigan—Wayne State Law School
Michigan—Picketing Anti-Busing
Michigan—Mrs. Romney Opposes Forced Integration
Mississippi—Overview
Mississippi—New Start Possible for Education—Brady (Mississippi Supreme Court Justice)
Mississippi—State Textbook Board
Mississippi—Tax Exempt Denied to 11 Schools
Mississippi—Western Line School District
Mississippi—Stennis Describes School Plans
Mississippi—MTA Opposes Denial to NEA
Mississippi—Aberdeen
Mississippi—Beaumont
Mississippi—Biloxi
Mississippi—Brookhaven [1 of 4]
Mississippi—Brookhaven [2 of 4]
Mississippi—Brookhaven [3 of 4]
Mississippi—Brookhaven [4 of 4]
Mississippi—Busing—Harrisville
Mississippi—Busing—Jackson
Mississippi—Canton
Mississippi—Clarksdale [1 of 2]
Mississippi—Clarksdale [2 of 2]
Mississippi—Coahoma County School District
Mississippi—Columbus—Columbus Separate School District
Mississippi—Forest County Schools [1 of 2]
Mississippi—Forest County Schools [2 of 2]
Mississippi—Greenville [1 of 2]
Mississippi—Greenville [2 of 2]
Mississippi—Greenwood [1 of 2]
Mississippi—Greenwood [2 of 2]
Mississippi—Harrison County
Mississippi—Harrisville
Mississippi—Hattiesburg
Mississippi—Hinds County
Mississippi—Indianola
Mississippi—Jackson
Mississippi—Jackson—Jackson City Schools
Mississippi—Jefferson County
Mississippi—Laurel [1 of 2]
Mississippi—Laurel [2 of 2]
Mississippi—LeFlore County
Mississippi—Leland
Mississippi—Lexington
Mississippi—Lowndes County
Mississippi—Lowndes County—Columbus County Schools
Mississippi—Maben
Mississippi—Meridian [1 of 2]
Mississippi—Meridian [2 of 2]
Mississippi—Moss Point [1 of 2]
Mississippi—Moss Point [2 of 2]
Mississippi—Moss Point—Jackson County—U.S. District 5
Mississippi—Natchez
Mississippi—North Gulfport
Mississippi—Petal
Mississippi—School Situation on Economy of Mississippi
Mississippi—South Pike School District
Mississippi—Tupelo
Mississippi—Vicksburg [1 of 7]
Mississippi—Vicksburg [2 of 7]
Mississippi—Vicksburg [3 of 7]
Mississippi—Vicksburg [4 of 7]
Mississippi—Vicksburg [5 of 7]
Mississippi—Vicksburg [6 of 7]
Mississippi—Vicksburg [7 of 7]
Mississippi—Wilkinson County
Mississippi—Yazoo City
New Jersey—General
New Jersey—Linden
New Jersey—Newark
New Jersey—Trenton
New Jersey—Roselle
New Jersey—Hijacked Boy Says School Looks Good
New York—General
New York—Freeport
New York—New York [1 of 2]
New York—New York [2 of 2]
New York—School Desegregation Cartoon
New York—Northeast Queen

Box 24

North Carolina—Desegregation Suit Freezes Funds For School Construction
North Carolina—Desegregation Plans for 10 School Systems
North Carolina—Friction in Schools (General)
North Carolina—General—Desegregation
North Carolina—General—Private Schools
North Carolina—General—Public Involvement in Schools
North Carolina—General—Racial Balance
North Carolina—Schools and Federal Aid
North Carolina—School Openings (General)
North Carolina—General—Uncertainty of Schools
North Carolina—Ahoskie
North Carolina—Alamance
North Carolina—Anson County
North Carolina—APEX Schools Advisory Council
North Carolina—Ashboro
North Carolina—Benson
North Carolina—Brunswick County
North Carolina—Lynwood Bullock (American Party Candidate for Attack on Busing)
North Carolina—Burgow—Pender County Schools
North Carolina—Burlington  (Desegregation Plan)
North Carolina—Burlington (Elmira) [1 of 3]
North Carolina—Burlington (Elmira) [2 of 3]
North Carolina—Burlington (Elmira [3 of 3]
North Carolina—General (Burlington)
North Carolina—Burlington (Integration Suit)
North Carolina—Burlington (Private Schools)
North Carolina—Burlington (Sellars-Gunn)
North Carolina—Busing—Charlotte
North Carolina—Busing—Columbus
North Carolina—Busing—Craven County
North Carolina—Busing—Durham
North Carolina—Busing—General
North Carolina—Busing—Greenwood
North Carolina—Leonard—Busing
North Carolina—Busing—Lexington
North Carolina—Busing—State Owned Buses for Intracity Transport
North Carolina—Winston—Salem-Forsyth
North Carolina—Busing—Taylor County
North Carolina—Busing—Winston-Salem
North Carolina—Busing—Raleigh
North Carolina—Busing—Winston-Salem—Forsyth County
North Carolina—Busing—New Hanover
North Carolina—Busing—Supreme Court “Friends of Court” Brief
North Carolina—Busing—Senators Question Legality of State Lending Buses
North Carolina—Calhoun School District
North Carolina—Carver School
North Carolina—Caswell County
North Carolina—Chapel Hill (Judge Braxton on Desegregation)
North Carolina—Chapel Hill (Smooth School Openings)
North Carolina—Chapel Hill—UNC
North Carolina—Charlotte-Mecklenburg (Clergy)
North Carolina—Charlotte-Mecklenburg (Court Orders and Action Taken) [1 of 4]
North Carolina—Charlotte-Mecklenburg (Court Orders and Action Taken  [2 of 4]
North Carolina—Charlotte-Mecklenburg (Court Orders and Action Taken  [3 of 4]
North Carolina—Charlotte-Mecklenburg (Court Orders and Action Taken  [4 of 4]
North Carolina—Charlotte CPA
North Carolina—Charlotte-Mecklenburg Desegregation Plans
North Carolina—Charlotte-Mecklenburg (Elementary Schools)
North Carolina—Charlotte-Mecklenburg (Federal Aid)
North Carolina—Charlotte (Finger Plan)
North Carolina—Charlotte (General)
North Carolina—Charlotte-Mecklenburg (School Opening) [1 of 2]
North Carolina—Charlotte-Mecklenburg (School Opening) [2 of 2]
North Carolina—Charlotte-Mecklenburg (Court Orders and Actions Taken) [1 of 2]
North Carolina—Charlotte-Mecklenburg (Court Orders and Actions Taken) [2 of 2]
North Carolina—Charlotte-Mecklenburg (School Opening) [1 of 3]
North Carolina—Charlotte-Mecklenburg (School Opening) [2 of 3]
North Carolina—Charlotte-Mecklenburg (School Opening) [3 of 3]
North Carolina—Charlotte (Teachers)
North Carolina—Charlotte—UNCC
North Carolina—Chatham County [1 of 3]
North Carolina—Chatham County [2 of 3]
North Carolina—Chatham County [3 of 3]
North Carolina—Clinton
North Carolina—Columbia
North Carolina—Craven County
North Carolina—Duke University
North Carolina—Dunn
North Carolina—Duplin County
North Carolina—Durham City Schools [1 of 2]
North Carolina—Durham City Schools [2 of 2]
North Carolina—Durham Desegregation Plans

Box 25

North Carolina—Durham [1 of 2]
North Carolina—Durham [1 of 2]
North Carolina—Easley
North Carolina—East Arcadia
North Carolina—East Arcadia—Bladen County Board of Education [1 of 2]
North Carolina—East Arcadia—Bladen County Board of Education [2 of 2]
North Carolina—Edgecombe—Tarboro—Burlington—Goldsboro
South Carolina—Edgefield
North Carolina—Elizabethtown
North Carolina—Elizabethtown—Bladen County
North Carolina—Enfield
North Carolina—Fairmont
North Carolina—Farmville
North Carolina—Fayetteville
North Carolina—Florence [1 of 2]
North Carolina—Florence [2 of 2]
North Carolina—Forsyth—The Courts
North Carolina—Forsyth—Smooth School Openings [1 of 2]
North Carolina—Forsyth—Smooth School Openings [2 of 2]
North Carolina—Forsyth—Miscellaneous
North Carolina—Fuquay
North Carolina—Gates County
North Carolina—Goldsboro [1 of 3]
North Carolina—Goldsboro [2 of 3]
North Carolina—Goldsboro [3 of 3]
North Carolina—Goldsboro—Survival of Schools—HEW
North Carolina—Graham
North Carolina—Greene County Board of Education
North Carolina—Greensboro [1 of 4]
North Carolina—Greensboro [2 of 4]
North Carolina—Greensboro [3 of 4]
North Carolina—Greensboro [4 of 4]
North Carolina—Greensboro—Guilford County Board of Education
North Carolina—Greensboro—Mrs. White—Books on Blacks
North Carolina—Greenville [1 of 3]
North Carolina—Greenville [2 of 3]
North Carolina—Greenville [3 of 3]
North Carolina—Guilford
North Carolina—Guilford County [1 of 2]
North Carolina—Guilford County [2 of 2]
North Carolina—Halifax Board of Education
North Carolina—Hamilton
North Carolina—Harnett County
North Carolina—Harrellsville
North Carolina—Havelock
North Carolina—Hertford County
North Carolina—Hickory
North Carolina—High Point
North Carolina—Hillsborough
North Carolina—Housing Desegregation
North Carolina—Inglewood
North Carolina—Jacksonville
North Carolina—Johnston County
North Carolina—Kinston [1 of 2]
North Carolina—Kinston [2 of 2]
North Carolina—KKK
North Carolina—Laurinburg
North Carolina—Laurinburg—Maxton City School Unit
North Carolina—Lenoir County
North Carolina—Lexington
North Carolina—Louisburg
North Carolina—Louisburg—Franklin
North Carolina—Lumberton—Roberson County [1 of 5]
North Carolina—Lumberton—Roberson County [2 of 5]
North Carolina—Lumberton—Roberson County [3 of 5]
North Carolina—Lumberton—Roberson County [4 of 5]
North Carolina—Lumberton—Roberson County [5 of 5]
North Carolina—Martin County
North Carolina—Maxton
North Carolina—Mecklenburg
North Carolina—Moore County
North Carolina—Monroeton
North Carolina—Mt. Olive
North Carolina—Nash County Board
North Carolina—Nashville
North Carolina—Newell
North Carolina—New Hanover [1 of 3]
North Carolina—New Hanover [2 of 3]
North Carolina—New Hanover [3 of 3]
North Carolina—North Lenoir
North Carolina—Northampton County
North Carolina—North Pitt
North Carolina—Onslow County
North Carolina—Orange County
North Carolina—Paw Creek
North Carolina—Pembroke
North Carolina—Pender County Schools
North Carolina—Petitioners Protest Dismissal of Teacher
North Carolina—Pitt
North Carolina—Pittsboro
North Carolina—Pleasant Grove
North Carolina—Princeton
North Carolina—Salisbury
North Carolina—School District Maxton
North Carolina—Raleigh—Bi-racial Human Relations Committee—Parents—Community
North Carolina—Raleigh—City Schools
North Carolina—Raleigh—Clergy
North Carolina—Raleigh—Court Action [1 of 2]
North Carolina—Raleigh—Court Action [2 of 2]
North Carolina—Raleigh—Desegregation Plans—HEW

Box 26

North Carolina—Raleigh—Desegregation Plans (+ 9 North Carolina Districts)—HEW [1 of 2]
North Carolina—Raleigh—Desegregation Plans—HEW [2 of 2]
North Carolina—Raleigh—Federal Aid
North Carolina—Raleigh (Finger Plan)
North Carolina—Raleigh—NAACP [1 of 2]
North Carolina—Raleigh—NAACP [2 of 2]
North Carolina—Raleigh—Neighborhood Attendance Plan
North Carolina—Raleigh RCRC
North Carolina—Raleigh SAC
North Carolina—Raleigh School Board [1 of 2]
North Carolina—Raleigh School Board [2 of 2]
North Carolina—Raleigh School Openings
North Carolina—Raleigh—Wake County
North Carolina—Raleigh (East)
North Carolina—Raleigh [1 of 2]
North Carolina—Raleigh [2 of 2]
North Carolina—Red Springs
North Carolina—Richmond County
North Carolina—Rockingham
North Carolina—Rockingham County
North Carolina—Rocky Mount [1 of 2]
North Carolina—Rocky Mount [2 of 2]
North Carolina—Rocky Mount—Edgecombe County—Goldsboro
North Carolina—Rowan County
North Carolina—SAC Archie Davis
North Carolina—SAC
North Carolina—Salisbury [1 of 3]
North Carolina—Salisbury [2 of 3]
North Carolina—Salisbury [3 of 3]
North Carolina—Scotland Neck—Halifax County
North Carolina—Scott—Aid to Private High Schools
North Carolina—Shelby
North Carolina—South Rowan Boycott
North Carolina—Sherwood Forest School District
North Carolina—Silver City—Chatham County
North Carolina—Stanley County
North Carolina—Governor Scott Foresees Questions of Private School Grants
North Carolina—Advisory Education Committee
North Carolina—State Advisory Committee [1 of 3]
North Carolina—State Advisory Committee [2 of 3]
North Carolina—State Advisory Committee [3 of 3]
North Carolina—General—State Advisory Committee
North Carolina—Statesville [1 of 2]
North Carolina—Statesville [2 of 2]
North Carolina—Stokes County
North Carolina—Tarboro
North Carolina—Teacher Transfers
North Carolina—Thomasville
North Carolina—Trenton—Greenville
North Carolina—Trenton
North Carolina—Tryon
North Carolina—Vance County School Board
North Carolina—“Voucher Plan”
North Carolina—Wake Forest—Wake County
North Carolina—Wayne County
North Carolina—Wentworth
North Carolina—Whiteville
North Carolina—Williamston
North Carolina—Wilmington—New Hanover
North Carolina—Wilmington [1 of 4]
North Carolina—Wilmington [2 of 4]
North Carolina—Wilmington [3 of 4]
North Carolina—Wilmington [4 of 4]
North Carolina—Wilson City
North Carolina—Wilson [1 of 2]
North Carolina—Wilson [2 of 2]
North Carolina—Winston-Salem—Catherine Scott Case
North Carolina—Winston-Salem—Carver High School
North Carolina—Winston-Salem—Clergy
North Carolina—Winston-Salem—Cluster Plan
North Carolina—Winston-Salem—Clustering
North Carolina—Winston-Salem—Court Action
North Carolina—Winston-Salem—Desegregation Plans
North Carolina—Winston-Salem—Federal Funds
North Carolina—Winston-Salem—Forsyth County
North Carolina—Winston-Salem—Maready
North Carolina—Winston-Salem—NAACP
North Carolina—Winston-Salem—School Board Resignation—Comments by and about Board
North Carolina—Winston-Salem—Private Schools
North Carolina—Winston-Salem—Raleigh
North Carolina—Winston-Salem—School Registration and Opening
North Carolina—Winston-Salem—Teachers
North Carolina—Winston-Salem—Voluntary Integration
North Carolina—Winston-Salem State University
North Carolina—Winston-Salem
North Carolina—Winton
North Carolina—Yadkin County
North Carolina—Zebulon
Oklahoma—Aid
Oklahoma—Busing-Oklahoma City
Oklahoma—Muskogee
Oklahoma—Oklahoma City [1 of 16]
Oklahoma—Oklahoma City [2 of 16]
Oklahoma—Oklahoma City [3 of 16]
Oklahoma—Oklahoma City [4 of 16]
Oklahoma—Oklahoma City [5 of 16]
Oklahoma—Oklahoma City [6 of 16]
Oklahoma—Oklahoma City [7 of 16]
Oklahoma—Oklahoma City [8 of 16]
Oklahoma—Oklahoma City [9 of 16]
Oklahoma—Oklahoma City [10 of 16]
Oklahoma—Oklahoma City [11 of 16]
Oklahoma—Oklahoma City [12 of 16]
Oklahoma—Oklahoma City [13 of 16]
Oklahoma—Oklahoma City [14 of 16]
Oklahoma—Oklahoma City [15 of 16]
Oklahoma—Oklahoma City [16 of 16]
Oklahoma—Okmulgee
Oklahoma—Tipton
Oklahoma—Tulsa [1 of 4]
Oklahoma—Tulsa [2 of 4]
Oklahoma—Tulsa [3 of 4]
Oklahoma—Tulsa [4 of 4]
Oklahoma—Youth Consultant on State Board of Education
Oklahoma—Oklahoma State University

Box 27

South Carolina State—Busing
South Carolina—General—Urge Overriding of Veto
South Carolina—General
South Carolina—General—Funds Needed for Desegregation
South Carolina—School Integration
South Carolina—Aiken [1 of 2]
South Carolina—Aiken [2 of 2]
South Carolina—Allendale
South Carolina—Anderson
South Carolina—Bamwell County District—Hampton District
South Carolina—Beaufort
South Carolina—Belton [1 of 2]
South Carolina—Belton [2 of 2]
South Carolina—Berea
South Carolina—Bethea (Gubernatorial Candidate)
South Carolina—Brannon
South Carolina—Richland Busing
South Carolina—Calhoun County—Hampton County—Barnwell County—Chester County
South Carolina—Charleston [1 of 2]
South Carolina—Charleston [2 of 2]
South Carolina—Cheraw
South Carolina—Chesterfield [1 of 2]
South Carolina—Chesterfield [2 of 2]
South Carolina—Clinton
South Carolina—Clarendon
South Carolina—Columbia [1 of 3]
South Carolina—Columbia [2 of 3]
South Carolina—Columbia [3 of 3]
South Carolina—Columbia—Mondale
South Carolina—Columbia—Booker T. Washington High School
South Carolina—Columbia—Richland County District
South Carolina—Darlington County
Dempsey—Attorney from US Justice Department
South Carolina—Dillon
South Carolina—Dorchester Terrace
South Carolina—Easley
South Carolina—Edgefield
South Carolina—Fairfield County
South Carolina—Florence [1 of 2]
South Carolina—Florence [2 of 2]
South Carolina—Fort Mill
South Carolina—Greenville [1 of 2]
South Carolina—Greenville [2 of 2]
South Carolina—Greenwood County—Newberry County—McCormick County
South Carolina—Harnett County Board of Education
South Carolina—Integration Film Showing
South Carolina—Jasper County
South Carolina—Lake City
South Carolina—Lamar
South Carolina—Laurens
South Carolina—Lexington County School District
South Carolina—Linden County
South Carolina—Marion County
South Carolina—Marlboro County
South Carolina—McCormick County
South Carolina—McCormick—Florence—Orangebury
South Carolina—Moncks Corner
South Carolina—Oconee
South Carolina—Orangeburg
South Carolina—Palmetto
South Carolina—Pickens County
South Carolina—Richland County Schools
South Carolina—Ridgeland
South Carolina—Rock Hill
South Carolina—Seneca
South Carolina—Spartansburg
South Carolina Committee—Robert S. Davis
South Carolina—Robert S. Davis—Head of Committee
South Carolina—No Room for Quality According to Color—Davis
South Carolina—SAC—Robert S. Davis
South Carolina—Sumerton
South Carolina—Union County
South Carolina—Unitary Plan Can Help America
South Carolina—“Freedom of Choice is Dead in South Carolina”
South Carolina—Ramsey Clark is Addled
South Carolina—Black and White Unity
South Carolina—Teachers to Seek Raise
South Carolina—Teachers Adjust to Reassignments
Tennessee—Bessemer School System
Tennessee—Busing—General
Tennessee—Chattanooga
Tennessee—Cleveland
Tennessee—Eakin School
Tennessee—Knoxville
Tennessee—Memphis
Tennessee—Nashville [1 of 3]
Tennessee—Nashville [2 of 3]
Tennessee—Nashville [3 of 3]
Tennessee—Red Bank
Tennessee—Teacher Shortage

Box 28

Texas—Austin
Texas—Beaumont [1 of 2]
Texas—Beaumont [2 of 2]
Texas—Beaumont—South Park—Port Arthur—San Augstine School Districts
Texas—Bonham and Fannin County
Texas—Burksburnett—Teacher’s Civil Rights Suit
Texas—Busing—Austin
Texas—Busing—Blanchette
Texas—Busing—Corpus Christi
Texas—Busing—San Antonio
Texas—Busing—Hamilton Park
Texas—Busing—Houston
Texas—Busing—Nashville
Texas—Busing—Candidates for US Senate Oppose Busing
Texas—Butler—Fairfield School Districts—HEW
Texas—Carthage [1 of 2]
Texas—Carthage [2 of 2]
Texas—Center
Texas—General—Kilgore Independent School District
Texas—General—Area Schools Hit with US Suits
Texas—General—Desegregation Funds and Places
Texas—Crystal City
Texas—Corpus Christi
Texas—Crockett
Texas—Crosby and Goose Creek School Boards
Texas—Cypress and Fairbanks School Districts
Texas—Dallas [1 of 5]
Texas—Dallas [2 of 5]
Texas—Dallas [3 of 5]
Texas—Dallas [4 of 5]
Texas—Dallas [5 of 5]
Texas—Dallas/Dallas Independent School District
Texas—Ector County
Texas—Ferris
Texas—Fort Worth
Texas—Galena Park School
Texas—Galena Park School District
Texas—Garland [1 of 4]
Texas—Garland [2 of 4]
Texas—Garland [3 of 4]
Texas—Garland [4 of 4]
Texas—Hearne
Texas—Houston [1 of 9]
Texas—Houston [2 of 9]
Texas—Houston [3 of 9]
Texas—Houston [4 of 9]
Texas—Houston [5 of 9]
Texas—Houston [6 of 9]
Texas—Houston [7 of 9]
Texas—Houston [8 of 9]
Texas—Houston [9 of 9]
Texas—Houston Independent School District
Texas—Houston—Galena Park School  District
Texas—Houston (Mexican Americans) [1 of 2]
Texas—Houston (Mexican Americans) [2 of 2]
Texas—Houston—Katy School Board
Texas—Houston—Bellville
Texas—Kilgore
Texas—Longview
Texas—Lubbock [1 of 2]
Texas—Lubbock [2 of 2]
Texas—Lufkin [1 of 2]
Texas—Lufkin [2 of 2]
Texas—Marshall—Jefferson and Elysian Fields Schools
Texas—Austin and San Antonio—Mexican Americans, MAPA
Texas—Amarillo—Bellville—Crockett—Hempstead—Jasper—Marshall—Nacodoches—Palestine—Shelbyville—Silsbee—Waskoom—Herne
Texas—Midland
Texas—Nacogdoches [1 of 4]
Texas—Nacogdoches [2 of 4]
Texas—Nacogdoches [3 of 4]
Texas—Nacogdoches [4 of 4]
Texas—Nacogdoches Independent School District
Texas—Odessa
Texas—Palestine
Texas—Port Arthur
Texas—Richardson [1 of 2]
Texas—Richardson [2 of 2]
Texas—Richardson and Ferris
Texas—San Angelo
Texas—South Park
Texas—St. Augustine
Texas—Sulphur Springs [1 of 2]
Texas—Sulphur Springs [2 of 2]
Texas—Texas Education Agency
Texas—Tyler [1 of 3]
Texas—Tyler [2 of 3]
Texas—Tyler [3 of 3]
Texas—Waco
Texas—Wilmer-Hutchins School Board
Texas—Wise County
Texas—26 Districts Named in Suit
Texas—Judge Taylor Rules on 3 Desegregation Suits
Texas—Senator John Tower Urges Texas School Districts to Take Desegregation Cases to Court
Texas—Overview
Virginia—General
Virginia—Arlington
Virginia—Chesapeake
Virginia—Chicoteaque
Virginia—Busing—Norfolk
Virginia—Busing—Richmond
Virginia—Busing—State
Virginia—Byrd—Busing Key Issue in Campaign
Virginia—Danville
Virginia—VA, NC Senators for Override of Veto of $4.4 billion Education Appropriations
Virginia—Governor Asks Aid for Schools in Integration
Virginia—Norfolk
Virginia—Richmond—Norfolk—Lynchburg
Virginia—Richmond—Norfolk—Roanoke
Virginia—Scotland Neck City School System
Virginia—Spong Bill
Virginia—Norfolk [1 of 2]
Virginia—Norfolk [2 of 2]
Virginia—Richmond [1 of 2]
Virginia—Richmond [2 of 2]
Virginia—Richmond/Governor Holton
Busing—Rhode Island—Providence
Busing—Washington D.C.
Delaware—Wilmington Board of Education Reviews Hiring of Minorities
Kentucky—Louisville [1 of 2]
Kentucky—Louisville [2 of 2]
Kentucky—Hardin County
Maryland—Colleges
Maryland—Worchester County
Maryland—Upper Marlboro
Maryland—General
Maryland—Prince George’s County
Maryland—Princess Anne County
Massachusetts—Boston
Minnesota—Minneapolis—St. Paul Assailed for Inequality and Segregation
Missouri—St. Louis
Missouri—Kansas City
Ohio—General
Ohio—Cleveland
Ohio—Dayton
Ohio—Hood River Innovative School
Pennsylvania—Aliquippa
Pennsylvania—Duquesne
Pennsylvania—Duquesne—New Kensington-Arnold—New Castle
Pennsylvania—Nonpublic Schools Declare Aid Constitutional
Pennsylvania—Philadelphia
Pennsylvania—Pittsburgh
Pennsylvania—Six Western School Districts Get Federal Funds
Pennsylvania—Temple University Rescinds Plan for Black Dining Hall
Rhode Island—Providence
Washington—District of Columbia
Washington—District of Columbia

Box 29

General—Administration Statements, From and About—Mr. Robert Mardian
General—Administration Statements, From and About—White House and NEA Split on General—Administration Statements, From and About—Dixie Integration Gains
General—Administration Statements, From and About—Administration Funds
General—Administration Statements, From and About—Agnew Committee
General—Administration Statements, From and About—Nixon Limits Goal in Integration of Schools
General—Administration Statements, From and About—The President and Schools
General—Administration Statements, From and About—In Between on Integration
General—Administration Statements, From and About—Nixon’s Visit to Mexico
General—Administration Statements, From and About—Nixon’s Prestige on Line
General—Administration Statements, From and About—In Praise of Nixon (Boston Traveler and Staten Island Advance)
General—Administration Statements, From and About—Blount Lauds Nixon
General—Administration Statements, From and About—Sportswood (NAACP) Blasts Nixon
General—Administration Statements, From and About—Ex-Aide Blasts Nixon’s Token Effort
General—Administration Statements, From and About—Nixon’s Trip to New Orleans
General—Administration Statements, From and About—Wallace Blasts Nixon
General—Administration Statements, From and About—Nixon and US News and World Report on Desegregation
General—Administration Statements, From and About—Nixon Pushing Desegregation of Schools
General—Administration Statements, From and About—Federal Lawyers Not to Press General—Administration Statements, From and About—Desegregation in South—Nixon
General—Administration Statements, From and About—Standard of Reasonableness to School Desegregation
General—Administration Statements, From and About—Nixon’s Housing Policy
General—Administration Statements, From and About—President Praises Smooth Transition of Southern Schools
General—Administration Statements, From and About—Busing—Nixon
General—Administration Statements, From and About—Attacks on Nixon over Policy
General—Administration Statements, From and About—Alabama Criticizes Nixon
General—Administration Statements, From and About—Nixon Lobbied on Integration
General—Administration Statements, From and About—Nixon—On Federal Representatives Being Sent to South
General—Administration Statements, From and About—Questions on Desegregation of South Still Unanswered—Ziegler and Nixon
General—Administration Statements, From and About—Questions on Desegregation Still Unclear—Nixon
General—Administration Statements, From and About—Cooperation Rather Than Coercion—Nixon
General—Administration Statements, From and About—NEA to Monitor Integration
General—Administration Statements, From and About—Deep South—Nixon’s School Stand Political Gamble
General—Administration Statements, From and About—Nixon’s Outer South Strategy
General—Administration Statements, From and About—Administration—Desegregation but not Racial Balance
General—Administration Statements, From and About—Nixon in Major Policy Shift
General—Administration Statements, From and About—Nixon Asks that “Good News” Be Emphasized
General—Administration Statements, From and About—No Plans to Mobilize Task Force of Lawyers to Set Up Enforcement Installations—Nixon
General—Administration Statements, From and About—Thurmond-Nixon Issue
General—Administration Statements, From and About—Senator Thurmond
General—Administration Statements, From and About—Thurmond Hurts South with Attacks on Nixon
General—Administration Statements, From and About—Thurmond-Nixon Issue
General—Administration Statements, From and About—Patching Up—Senator Thurmond and President Nixon
General—Administration Statements, From and About—School Desegregation Policies General—Administration Statements, From and About—Unreasonable—Senator Thurmond
General—Administration Statements, From and About—Thurmond’s Information Was Incorrect, Finch Says
General—Administration Statements, From and About—HUD and Integration of White Suburbs—Romney
General—Administration Statements, From and About—Nixon and the SAC’s
General—Administration Statements, From and About— “Cooperation Rather Than Coercion”
General—Administration Statements, From and About—Ex-Rights Directors Blast GOP on Desegregation—Leon Panetta and Ruby Martin
General—Administration Statements, From and About—Mitchell Answers Questions on Desegregation
General—Administration Statements, From and About—Mitchell—Supreme Court May Disrupt School Terms
General—Administration Statements, From and About—Don’t Tear Up School Plans in South—Mitchell
General—Administration Statements, From and About—Integration in Southern Schools Seen—Gen. J. N. Mitchell
General—Administration Statements, From and About—Race Balance—Mitchell
General—Administration Statements, From and About—TRB on Mitchell
General—Administration Statements, From and About—Mitchell—Won’t Push School Race Balance
General—Administration Statements, From and About—Racial Balance—Mitchell
General—Administration Statements, From and About—Stalling Tactics Won’t be Tolerated—Mitchell
General—Administration Statements, From and About—Desegregation—Mitchell
General—Administration Statements, From and About—Mitchell—Velvet Glove, but Retain Iron Fist
General—Administration Statements, From and About—Mitchell to Seek Subversion Curves
General—Administration Statements, From and About—Segregation End in South—Mitchell
General—Administration Statements, From and About—Mitchell—No Troops
General—Administration Statements, From and About—Court-Ordered Plan—James B. McMillan
General—Administration Statements, From and About—Private Schools Must Meet Two Requirements to Win Tax Exemption Status—IRS
General—Administration Statements, From and About—Schultz—South Urged to Accept Mixing
General—Administration Statements, From and About—Minimal Interference in Desegregation, Says Aide
General—Administration Statements, From and About—Moynihan and the “Darkling Plain”
General—Administration Statements, From and About—IRS Says Tax Ruling on Schools Not Aimed at South
General—Administration Statements, From and About—Nixon—Cut in Education Bill Affects Desegregation
General—Administration Statements, From and About—Ribicoff Criticizes Nixon’s Integration Plan
General—Administration Statements, From and About—Administration—Neighborhood Schools
General—Administration Statements, From and About—OE’s Allen—Ouster Traced to Budget-Desegregation Dispute
General—Administration Statements, From and About—Nixon’s Policies Enter Homestretch (Austin, Texas)
General—Administration Statements, From and About—Alabama Reception May 25, 1971
General—Administration Statements, From and About—South Praised by Nixon May 25
General—Administration Statements, From and About—Nixon Praises Desegregation Progress and Press
General—Busing—Southern Governors’ Conference
General—Busing—Controversy in State and National Legislatures
General—Busing—Supreme Court, District Courts
General—Busing—Three Quarters of Americans Oppose Busing [1 of 2]
General—Busing—Three Quarters of Americans Oppose Busing [2 of 2]
General—Busing—Busing Called Threat to Understanding
General—Busing—Bus Firms Not Seeing Sales Increase
General—Busing—Schools Need More Buses
General—Busing—Opposition to Busing
General—Busing—Tangle Over Busing Expected
General—Busing—Supreme Court Holds Key to Busing
General—Busing—Indian Pupils Know about Busing, Washington Post, May 25, 1971
General—Campus Violence—Campus Unrest—Don’t Blame Nixon
General—Campus Violence—Campus Violence and Reaction
General—Campus Violence—Campus Deescalation?
General—Campus Violence—Intelligentsia and “Peace Violence”
General—Campus Violence—High Schools Have Same Trouble as College Campuses
General—Campus Violence—Violence Opposed as Change Means
General—Campus Violence—Campus Conduct Standards
General—Campus Violence—Peace Councils Urged by HHH
General—Desegregation in North and West—Ribicoff Drafting Northern Integration Bill
General—Desegregation in North and West—Segregation in Schools
General—Desegregation in North and West—Segregation in North
General—Desegregation in North and West—Segregation in North is Ignored, Senators Say
General—HEW and Richardson—Rights Commission Studies Aid Cutoff for Suburbs that Remain All-White
General—HEW and Richardson—Desegregation in North and West
General—HEW and Richardson— [Dixie] GOP Fumes—Kevin Phillips
General—HEW and Richardson—Busing—Richardson
General—HEW and Richardson—Busing—Down in South, Says Richardson
General—HEW and Richardson—SAC—Acceptance of Individuals
General—HEW and Richardson—Desegregation Pressure Due from HEW
General—HEW and Richardson—School Busing—Richardson
General—HEW and Richardson—HEW Confusing Guidelines for Desegregation
General—HEW and Richardson—HEW Fund Cutoff
General—HEW and Richardson—Educational Standards—Richardson
General—HEW and Richardson—HEW Fund Cutoffs—Richardson
General—HEW and Richardson—Desegregation of Schools in South—Richardson
General—HEW and Richardson—Richardson Prepared to Cutoff Funds to Desegregated Schools that Maintain All-White and All-Black Classrooms
General—HEW and Richardson—Desegregation Funds—US Office of Education
General—HEW and Richardson—Exhibit Shows Segregation in Richardson
General—HEW and Richardson—Richardson Not Sending Specialists to South
General—HEW and Richardson—Federal Desegregation Funds
General—HEW and Richardson—$4.4 Billion Education Money Bill
General—HEW and Richardson—$4.4 Billion Education Bill Contains $75 Million for Desegregation
General—HEW and Richardson—$75 Million
General—HEW and Richardson—$1.5 Billion
General—HEW and Richardson—Two Carolinas May Get $13 million in School Aid
General—Mondale Speaks—Mondale Hits Nixon, School Bias Policies
General—Mondale Speaks—Mondale Raps Integration Policy
General—Mondale Speaks—Details Asked on Integration Fund—Mondale and Javits
General—Mondale Speaks—Javits and Mondale—“Fuel on Fire”
General—Mondale Speaks—Mondale Urges Leadership of President
General—Mondale Speaks—IRS Dixie Academy Rule Called Fraud by Mondale
General—Racial Balance—“Balance Busing” in Congress and States Issue
General—Racial Balance—Racial Balance in Schools
General—Racial Balance—No Balance Compulsion
General—Racial Balance—Tom Anderson—Southern Farm Equipment—Racist
General—Racial Balance—White Flight
General—Reports on Southern Desegregation—Integration and Disorders—Extent of Correlation
General—Reports on Southern Desegregation—Dixie Experts’ Desegregation Talks Confuse (Atlanta, Georgia)
General—Reports on Southern Desegregation—Pledges to Desegregate Schools
General—Reports on Southern Desegregation—Integration Pitch in Southland—Joe D. Waggonner
General—Reports on Southern Desegregation—Crisis in School and Community
General—Reports on Southern Desegregation—Students Concerned about Segregated Schools
General—Reports on Southern Desegregation—Teacher Transfers
General—Reports on Southern Desegregation—Dixie Segregation
General—Reports on Southern Desegregation—School Transition—Southern Desegregation
General—Reports on Southern Desegregation—Dixie School Bias Battle Set
General—Reports on Southern Desegregation—Dixie Faces Big Push on Integration
General—Reports on Southern Desegregation—Desegregation in an Election Year
General—Reports on Southern Desegregation—Desegregation Overview by Non-Southerners
General—Reports on Southern Desegregation—South to Pass Final School Test
General—Reports on Southern Desegregation—Insurance Rates Increase
General—Reports on Southern Desegregation—Desegregated South 94%
General—Reports on Southern Desegregation—Segregation in the South
General—Reports on Southern Desegregation—South Seen 94% Mixed
General—Reports on Southern Desegregation—Year of Decision—Desegregation Battle Just Beginning
General—Reports on Southern Desegregation—Favorable Attitude on Desegregation in South
General—Reports on Southern Desegregation—Desegregation Orders Affect 600 School Districts
General—Reports on Southern Desegregation—Southern Desegregation—General Reports from the States
General—Reports on Southern Desegregation—Southern Desegregation—General Reports from South
General—Reports on Southern Desegregation—General Reports from the States on Desegregation
General—Reports on Southern Desegregation—Southern Metropolitan Areas Face Conflicts over School Integration
General—Reports on Southern Desegregation—93% and 94% in 11 States of Old South Desegregated

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General—Southern Resistance—Subtle Tactics
General—Southern Resistance—United Concern Citizens of America—Maready and Rubin
General—Southern Resistance—Private School Enrollment
General—Southern Resistance—Resistance to Desegregation—NCCC
General—Southern Resistance—Resistance to Desegregation—United White People of America (UWPA)
General—Southern Resistance—KKK
General—Southern Resistance—Resistance to Busing—Black Silent Majority
General—Southern Resistance—Wallace Urges Defiance of Integration Order
General—Southern Resistance—Southern School Officials Quitting Over Integration
General—Supreme Court and Justice Department—Justice Black and Busing
General—Supreme Court and Justice Department—ABA to Send 100 Lawyers South
General—Supreme Court and Justice Department—Justice Black Assails Busing
General—Supreme Court and Justice Department—Racial Balance
General—Supreme Court and Justice Department—Legal Staff to Handle Desegregation Problems if Necessary
General—Supreme Court and Justice Department—Burger Hasn’t Closed All Doors Says Don Roberson
General—Supreme Court and Justice Department—Chief Justice Burger
General—Supreme Court and Justice Department—Burgher [Burger] Denies Cluster Delay
General—Supreme Court and Justice Department—Supreme Court Action on Delay Petitions
General—Supreme Court and Justice Department—Report on Desegregation, “Desegregation: How Much Further?”
General—Supreme Court and Justice Department—Civil Rights Lawyers as US Supreme Court to Bar Black Schools
General—Supreme Court and Justice Department—Justice Department Responds to Southern Resistance
General—Supreme Court and Justice Department— “All Deliberate Speed” Editorial from Sunday Oklahoman
General—Supreme Court and Justice Department—South Views Supreme Court “Legislative” Function Equaling that of Judicial Review
General—Supreme Court and Justice Department— “Supreme Court Will Rule on Some Key Issues”
General—Supreme Court and Justice Department—South Welcomes Supreme Court’s Decision to Take on Cases
General—Supreme Court and Justice Department—National Review, “Back to Segregation by Order of the Courts”
General—Miscellaneous—Ribicoff, “Whites Want Segregation?”
General—Miscellaneous—Black Youths Want Voice in School Decisions
General—Miscellaneous—Expert Defends Integration Foes
General—Miscellaneous—The Vanishing Black Principals
General—Miscellaneous—Book Review, “Reconstruction of Southern Education,” Orfield
General—Miscellaneous—Bus—Health Safety
General—Miscellaneous—Volunteer System of Lawyer Sent to Help Desegregate South
General—Miscellaneous—Dr. Fingers’s Mixing Plan Pairs Schools
General—Miscellaneous—Desegregating South too Slow and not the North at All
General—Miscellaneous—Comments on School Desegregation—James B. McMillan
General—Miscellaneous—Resistance—Absenteeism in South Boycotts
General—Miscellaneous—Integration No Aid to Learning
General—Miscellaneous—Private Schools—Tax Exemption
General—Miscellaneous—Morgan Asks Appeal on School Cases
General—Miscellaneous—Reverse Trend Shown in Integration Survey
General—Miscellaneous—Increase in Insurance Rates in South
General—Miscellaneous—Ribicoff on Apartheid
General—Miscellaneous—Interview with Bryce Harlow
General—Miscellaneous—Ruling on Timmonsville Schools
General—Miscellaneous—School Suits Said Late, Too Heavy—Pollak
General—Miscellaneous—Pay Raise for Teachers
General—Miscellaneous—Poll Challenges Notions about Backlash Whites
General—Miscellaneous—Schoolmen Plan Frantic Efforts
General—Miscellaneous—Schools Instead of the ABM
General—Miscellaneous—Mississippi Pascagoula (Dress Codes)
General—Miscellaneous—School Bonds Find US Voters Reluctant
General—Miscellaneous—Priming Children for School (Non-Desegregation Study Printed in NC)
General—Miscellaneous—Quota Systems Questioned in Denver Suit
General—Miscellaneous—Univac Hires 18 Black Students during Summer
General—Miscellaneous—Blacks Claim Integration a Dream
General—Miscellaneous—Jack and Jill of America, Inc.
General—Miscellaneous—NEA Task Force
General—Miscellaneous—Possibility of a Negro President
General—Miscellaneous—Scranton Report
General—Miscellaneous—Questions about Educational Associates Budget
General—Miscellaneous—Black Demands and Tired Whites
General—Miscellaneous—High School Student ID Cards—Oklahoma City
General—Miscellaneous—High School Disturbances—Greenville, North Carolina
General—Miscellaneous—Freeman Resigns as Urban Coalition Director
General—Miscellaneous—Politics of Human Rights
Cartoons
Cartoons—“Why Not Dump It into the Ocean” and “Now—If No Dangerous Gas Escape”
Cartoons—Southern Resistance to School Integration
Cartoons—“Double Integration by Fall”
Cartoons—Federal Aid  For Desegregation
Cartoons—Strom Thurmond and Nixon
Cartoons—Integrated Program—Nixon and Mitchell
Cartoons—“Vampire”
Cartoons—Clarifying Statements (Nixon)
Cartoons—Desegregation
Cartoons—“School Desegregation Pledge”
Cartoons—On Busing
Cartoons—Children of Agnes Meyer
Cartoons—Charlotte, North Carolina
Editorials—Anti-Integration Anti-Busing Tactics—Call to Resistance
Editorials—Anti-Integration Anti-Busing Tactics—De Facto Segregation Still Prevalent
Editorials—Anti-Integration Anti-Busing Tactics—White Flight
Editorials—Anti-Integration Anti-Busing Tactics— “Dixie” and Confederate Flag Irritate Negro Students
Editorials—Anti-Integration Anti-Busing Tactics—Evading School Assignments
Editorials—Anti-Integration Anti-Busing Tactics—CPA
Editorials—Anti-Integration Anti-Busing Tactics—USA [United Stand for America]
Editorials—Anti-Integration Anti-Busing Tactics—Rumors of Disruptive Tactics in South’s Schools Cause Fear
Editorials—Anti-Integration Anti-Busing Tactics—UCCA
Editorials—Anti-Integration Anti-Busing Tactics—Boycotts—Pros and Cons
Editorials—Anti-Integration Anti-Busing Tactics—Private Schools
Editorials—Anti-Integration Anti-Busing Tactics—Keeping Tabs on Change in Dixie Schools (Resegregation, etc.)
Editorials—Busing—Busing in Elementary Schools
Editorials—Busing—McMillan’s Busing Order (North Carolina)
Editorials—Busing—Berating Busing [1 of 3]
Editorials—Busing—Berating Busing [2 of 3]
Editorials—Busing—Berating Busing [3 of 3]
Editorials—Busing—Favorable Attitude on Busing (Florida, North Carolina, Virginia)
Editorials—Busing—State Transportation for Cross-Busing
Editorials—Busing—Clustering
Editorials—Busing—Miscalculation in Achieving Racial Balance
Editorials—Confusion, Apprehension, and “Common Sense”—Realism and Desegregation
Editorials—Confusion, Apprehension, and “Common Sense”—Need of Leadership (Holton, Virginia)
Editorials—Confusion, Apprehension, and “Common Sense”—What Is Dual-Unitary and Racial Balance
Editorials—Confusion, Apprehension, and “Common Sense”—Judge Taylor (Texas)
Editorials—Confusion, Apprehension, and “Common Sense”—School Apprehensions
Editorials—Confusion, Apprehension, and “Common Sense”—School Officials Responsible for Present Confusion
Editorials—Desegregation and Politics—Electioneering With Race Issue and Bus Issue
Editorials—Education #1 Goal, Public Support—Education Primary Goal
Editorials—Education #1 Goal, Public Support—Schools Need Continued Public Funds and Support
Editorials—Education #1 Goal, Public Support—School Vandalism, Protection, and Maintenance
Editorials—Education #1 Goal, Public Support— “Joyless” Schools
Editorials—Education #1 Goal, Public Support—Students’ Welfare in Integration Considerations
Editorials—Education #1 Goal, Public Support—Transition and Innovation for Newly Integrated Schools
Editorials—Federal Courts—Schools Need to Be “Left Alone” by Federal Courts
Editorials—Federal Courts— “Friends of the Court” in Charlotte-Mecklenburg
Editorials—Federal Courts—Staying Desegregation Orders
Editorials—Federal Courts—Answers Lie in Federal District Courts
Editorials—Federal Funds, HEW—School Responsiveness to Taxpayers
Editorials—Federal Funds, HEW—Texas Districts at Odds with HEW
Editorials—Federal Funds, HEW—Federal Aid to Inner City Schools
Editorials—Federal Funds, HEW—Fight For Fairness in Education Funds (Alabama, North Carolina, Mississippi)
Editorials—Federal Funds, HEW—Supporting the President’s Aid Bill ($1.5 Billion)
Editorials—Federal Funds, HEW—Tax Exemptions for Private Schools
Editorials—Federal Funds, HEW—North Carolina Burlington’s and Franklin County’s Complaints with HEW
Editorials—Human Relations—Racial Tension—Keep Cool
Editorials—Human Relations—Problem of Human Relations
Editorials—Human Relations—Differences between Integration and Segregation
Editorials—Human Relations—Ribicoff—Do Most Whites Want Desegregation?

Box 31

Editorials—Integration, Negative—North, West, and South—North and West Sections of United States Now Empathize with South (Busing)
Editorials—Integration, Negative—North, West, and South—New South, New North
Editorials—Integration, Negative—North, West, and South—South Sees Segregation in North—Double Standard
Editorials—Integration, Negative—North, West, and South—South Degraded by North
Editorials—Integration, Negative—North, West, and South—Summer’s Inspection of Minnesota
Editorials—Integration, Negative—President and Administration—Unfavorable Reports on Integration—Disruptive Abridgement of Freedom (North Carolina, Alabama, and Texas)
Editorials—Integration, Negative—President and Administration—Unfavorable Reports on Integration—Disruptive Abridgement of Freedom [North Carolina, Florida, and Mississippi]
Editorials—Integration, Negative—President and Administration—Price of Forced Integration Too High
Editorials—Integration, Negative—President and Administration—Incidents during School Openings
Editorials—Integration, Negative—President and Administration—School Superintendents Resign
Editorials—Integration, Negative—President and Administration—Wealthy Whites Bear Brunt of Desegregation
Editorials—Integration, Negative—President and Administration—Integration Seen Detrimental to Blacks
Editorials—Integration, Negative—President and Administration—Lumbee and Navajo Indians
Editorials—Integration, Negative—President and Administration—Mexicans/Americans in Texas
Editorials—Integration, Negative—President and Administration—Schools—The Needs of the Poor and Democracy
Editorials—Integration, Negative—President and Administration—Plain Talk in the South
Editorials—Integration, Negative—President and Administration—Commending Nixon
Editorials—Integration, Negative—President and Administration—Nixon’s New Orleans Trip
Editorials—Integration, Negative—President and Administration—Irresponsibility of Federal Administration and Courts
Editorials—Integration, Negative—President and Administration—Confusion in Public School, Federal Versus Local Control
Editorials—Integration, Negative—President and Administration—Nixon’s Prestige on Line
Editorials—Integration, Negative—President and Administration—Administration Ambivalence on Busing
Editorials—Integration, Negative—President and Administration—Federal Attorneys as Troubleshooters in South
Editorials—Integration, Negative—President and Administration—Schultz Replaces Agnew
Editorials—Integration, Negative—President and Administration—Need For National Policy to Straighten Out Federal Court Rulings
Editorials—Integration, Negative—President and Administration—Administration Clear but Unsatisfying
Editorials—Integration, Negative—President and Administration—Southern Strategy Revisited
Editorials—Integration, Negative—President and Administration—No Bus Policy
Editorials—Integration, Negative—President and Administration—Attorney General John “Yo-Yo” Mitchell
Editorials—Integration, Negative—President and Administration—Mississippi and HEW
Editorials—Integration, Negative—President and Administration—South GOP Fumes
Editorials—Integration, Negative—President and Administration—Nixon’s Alabama Trip, 5/20/71
Editorials—Integration, Negative—Racial Balance (Neighborhood Schools, Housing Patterns, Ability Classifications)—Racial Balance [1 of 2]
Editorials—Integration, Negative—Racial Balance (Neighborhood Schools, Housing Patterns, Ability Classifications)—Racial Balance [2 of 2]
Editorials—Integration, Negative—Racial Balance (Neighborhood Schools, Housing Patterns, Ability Classifications)—Neighborhood Schools
Editorials—Integration, Negative—Racial Balance (Neighborhood Schools, Housing Patterns, Ability Classifications)—Dr. Finger’s Plan
Editorials—Integration, Negative—Racial Balance (Neighborhood Schools, Housing Patterns, Ability Classifications)—School Boundaries Confuse
Editorials—Integration, Negative—Racial Balance (Neighborhood Schools, Housing Patterns, Ability Classifications)—Idea for Subsidized Neighborhood Integration
Editorials—Integration, Negative—Racial Balance (Neighborhood Schools, Housing Patterns, Ability Classifications)—School Mixing Tied to Opening Suburbs
Editorials—Integration, Negative—Racial Balance (Neighborhood Schools, Housing Patterns, Ability Classifications)—Racial Quotas in Housing
Editorials—Integration, Negative—Racial Balance (Neighborhood Schools, Housing Patterns, Ability Classifications)—Racial Separation in Schools (CORE Program, etc.)
Editorials—Integration, Negative—Reports from the States (Alphabetical)—Alabama—Faubus, Demogoguery or Conservative Moderation
Editorials—Integration, Negative—Reports from the States (Alphabetical)—Montgomery, Alabama—State “Summit Conference”
Editorials—Integration, Negative—Reports from the States (Alphabetical)—Birmingham, Alabama—Careful Planning for Unitary Schools
Editorials—Integration, Negative—Reports from the States (Alphabetical)—Alabama—Past and Present Public Education
Editorials—Integration, Negative—Reports from the States (Alphabetical)—California—Inglewood School District
Editorials—Integration, Negative—Reports from the States (Alphabetical)—California—Calm
Editorials—Integration, Negative—Reports from the States (Alphabetical)—School Discrimination in Louisville, Kentucky
Editorials—Integration, Negative—Reports from the States (Alphabetical)—Black School Administration—Louisville, Kentucky
Editorials—Integration, Negative—Reports from the States (Alphabetical)—Mississippi Planning Comeback in Quality Education
Editorials—Integration, Negative—Reports from the States (Alphabetical)—Jackson, Mississippi—Martin’s Resignation
Editorials—Integration, Negative—Reports from the States (Alphabetical)—Schools Answer Questions—Jackson, Mississippi
Editorials—Integration, Negative—Reports from the States (Alphabetical)—Defending Greenville, Mississippi Board of Education
Editorials—Integration, Negative—Reports from the States (Alphabetical)—Ewing, New Jersey—Desegregation Plans
Editorials—Integration, Negative—Reports from the States (Alphabetical)—Burlington and Alamance—Defending School Boards
Editorials—Integration, Negative—Reports from the States (Alphabetical)—Burlington’s Football Team in “Life”
Editorials—Integration, Negative—Reports from the States (Alphabetical)—Concern for Charlotte, North Carolina
Editorials—Integration, Negative—Reports from the States (Alphabetical)—North Carolina Integrated School Facilities at Cathey’s Creek
Editorials—Integration, Negative—Reports from the States (Alphabetical)—Winston-Salem—Mark Freeman & Urban Coalition
Editorials—Integration, Negative—Reports from the States (Alphabetical)—North Carolina—Criticizing the High Point United Schools Committee
Editorials—Integration, Negative—Reports from the States (Alphabetical)—Complaints, Comments from Charlotte-Mecklenburg
Editorials—Integration, Negative—Reports from the States (Alphabetical)—North Carolina Attention on Educators
Editorials—Integration, Negative—Reports from the States (Alphabetical)—Raleigh School Board
Editorials—Integration, Negative—Reports from the States (Alphabetical)—Burlington, North Carolina—Elmira School
Editorials—Integration, Negative—Reports from the States (Alphabetical)—North Carolina—SAC a Window Dressing
Editorials—Integration, Negative—Reports from the States (Alphabetical)—Defending Charlotte-Mecklenburg Board of Education
Editorials—Integration, Negative—Reports from the States (Alphabetical)—North Carolina—Durham’s Problems
Editorials—Integration, Negative—Reports from the States (Alphabetical)—Making Oklahoma Equal
Editorials—Integration, Negative—Reports from the States (Alphabetical)—Oklahoma—Desegregation Enforcement
Editorials—Integration, Negative—Reports from the States (Alphabetical)—Schools Answer Questions—Columbia, South Carolina
Editorials—Integration, Negative—Reports from the States (Alphabetical)—Oklahoma City School Administration
Editorials—Integration, Negative—Reports from the States (Alphabetical)—South Carolina—Facts About School Situation
Editorials—Integration, Negative—Reports from the States (Alphabetical)—Nashville—School Plan Delay Over Zoning
Editorials—Integration, Negative—Reports from the States (Alphabetical)—Desegregation Decision Due—Ector Count, Texas
Editorials—Integration, Negative—Reports from the States (Alphabetical)—Spong-Preyer Bill—Virginia
Editorials—Integration, Negative—South Overview—Critical Year for Southern Education
Editorials—Integration, Negative—South Overview—Integration Gradual, Stalling Desegregation
Editorials—Integration, Negative—South Overview—Statistics on Desegregation
Editorials—Integration, Negative—South Overview—Predictions for School Year 1970-71
Editorials—Integration, Negative—South Overview—Southern Governors’ Conference
Editorials—Integration, Negative—South Overview—Buckley Comments on South
Editorials—Integration, Negative—Supreme Court—Must Rule In Order to End Confusion [1 of 2]
Editorials—Integration, Negative—Supreme Court—Must Rule in Order to End Confusion [2 of 2]
Editorials—Integration, Negative—Supreme Court—Respecting the United States Supreme Court
Editorials—Integration, Negative—Supreme Court—Criticizing the Supreme Court, Burgher’s [Burger] Prestige on Line
Editorials—Integration, Negative—Supreme Court—Busing Clarification
Editorials—Integration, Negative—Miscellaneous—Equality in Quality Education
Editorials—Integration, Negative—Miscellaneous—Citizenry Responsible for Low Quality Schools
Editorials—Integration, Negative—Miscellaneous—Illiterates Vote
Editorials—Integration, Negative—Miscellaneous—Prodigal Educators Irk Governors
Editorials—Integration, Negative—Miscellaneous—Coleman Report
Editorials—Integration, Negative—Miscellaneous—ABA, 100 volunteer lawyers
Editorials—Integration, Negative—Miscellaneous—South Must Be Integrated
Editorials—Integration, Negative—Miscellaneous—Accomplishments of Dr. Sullivan
Editorials—Integration, Negative—Miscellaneous—Blacks View White Schools
Editorials—Integration, Positive—Smooth School Openings
Editorials—Integration, Positive—Smooth School Openings—Good Will in the South
Editorials—Integration, Positive—Favorable Attitude on Integration
Editorials—Integration, Positive—Children Speak on Integration and Spoken of on Desegregation
Editorials—Integration, Positive—Georgia—Integration Notable
Editorials—Integration, Positive—Segregation on Dying Bed
Editorials—Integration, Positive—Worst Over in North Carolina, Worst Over in South
Editorials—Integration, Positive—Majority Accepting Changes
Editorials—Integration, Positive—Abiding By Federal and State Rulings

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Congressional Record—February-March
[Congressional Record—March-April]
[Congressional Record—April 1971]
[Congressional Record—April-June 1971]
[Congressional Record—] June 4-June 9, 1971
[Congressional Record—] June 10-June 22, 1971
[Congressional Record—] June 29-July 2, 1971
[Congressional Record—] June 30-July 13, 1971
[Congressional Record—] July 12-July 26, 1971
[Congressional Record—] July 28, 1971

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