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Affirmative school integration; efforts to overcome de facto segregation in urban schools. Edited by Roscoe Hill and Malcolm Feeley. With a foreword by James S. Coleman and an introd. by Richard D. Schwartz.

; Hill, Roscoe
Beverly Hills, Calif., Sage Publications [c1968] .
ISBN 0803910061

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Other Title Law & society review.
Other Authors Feeley, Malcolm.
Hill, Roscoe.
Subjects De facto school segregation -- United States -- History.
Education, Urban -- United States -- History.
School integration -- United States -- History.
Description 172 p. 24 cm.
Notes "First appeared as an issue of Law and society review, v. 2, no. 1, November 1967."
Bibliography: p. 151-165.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)00003167
(OCoLC)3167
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