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PART I Chapter 1 - The Legacy of Segregation: What Brown Meant in Merced Chapter 2 - Stanford Chapter 3 - Boston Part II Chapter 4 - Life Before Brown Chapter 5 - Defeating Jim Crow Chapter 6 - Two Paths of Justice: Marshall v. King Chapter 7 - Celebrating Brown's Successes Chapter 8 - Resistance to Brown Chapter 9 - Brown's Critics PART III Chapter 10 - Reversing the Brown Mandate: The Bakke Challenge Chapter 11 - Marshall and My Father Part IV Chapter 12 - The Legacy of Thurgood Marshall Chapter 13 - The End of an Era Part V. Chapter 14 - The Rise of Clarence Thomas Chapter 15 - Who's Getting Lynched?: Hill v. Thomas Chapter 16 - Justice Thomas: A New Era in Race Matters Chapter 17 - The Michigan Cases: Mixed Signals Part VI Chapter 18 - Redefining the Race Paradigm Chapter 19 - Reparations Chapter 20 - Fifty Years After Brown: Measuring Progress in Race Matters Conclusion Index
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Race discrimination Law and legislation United States History, Civil rights movements United States History, Ogletree, Charles J, African American lawyers Biography