Table of contents for From the grassroots to the Supreme Court : Brown v. Board of Education and American democracy / edited by Peter F. Lau.

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Contents
Acknowledgments
Peter F. Lau	Introduction
Part 1: Historical Contexts: Views from the Grassroots
Blair L. M. Kelley	Plessy and Early Challenges to the Doctrine of "Separate, but 
Equal"	
Vicki L. Ruiz	Tapestries of Resistance: Episodes of School Segregation and 
Desegregation in the Western United States
Raymond Gavins	Within the Shadow of Jim Crow: Black Struggles for Education 
and Liberation in North Carolina
Kara Miles Turner	"Liberating Lifescripts": Prince Edward County, Virginia, and the 
Roots of Brown v. Board of Education
Peter F. Lau	From the Periphery to the Center: Clarendon County, South Carolina, 
Brown, and the Struggle for Democracy and Equality in America
Part 2: Advocates, Judges, and the Making of Brown
Larissa M. Smith	A Civil Rights Vanguard: Black Attorneys and the NAACP in 
Virginia
Patricia Sullivan	Prelude to Brown: Education and the Struggle for Racial Justice 
during the NAACP's Formative Decades, 1909/1934
Christopher Schmidt	J. Waties Waring and the Making of Liberal Jurisprudence in 
Postwar America
Michael J. Klarman	Brown v. Board of Education: Law or Politics?
Part 3: Historical Impact: Views from the Grassroots
Tomiko Brown-Nagin	The Impact of Lawyer-Client Disengagement on the NAACP's 
Campaign to Implement Brown v. Board of Education in Atlanta
Christina Greene	"The New Negro Ain't Scared No More!": Black Women's 
Activism in North Carolina and the Meaning of Brown
Laurie B. Green	The Rural-Urban Matrix in the 1950s South: Rethinking Racial 
Justice Struggles in Memphis
Madeleine E. Lopez	New York, Puerto Ricans, and the Dilemmas of Integration
Part 4: Life, Law, and Culture in Post-Brown America
Waldo E. Martin Jr.	"Stretching Out": Living and Remembering Brown, 1945/1970
Mark V. Tushnet	The Supreme Court's Two Principles of Equality: From Brown to 
2003
Davison M. Douglas	Brown v. Board of Education and Its Impact on Black Education in 
America
Peter F. Lau	Conclusion: Brown and Historical Memory
Bibliography
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Segregation in education -- Law and legislation -- United States.
Race discrimination -- Law and legislation -- United States.
United States -- Race relations.
Brown, Oliver, 1918- -- Trials, litigation, etc. -- History.
Topeka (Kan.). Board of Education -- Trials, litigation, etc. -- History.