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PART ONE INT ROD)1CTlION Desegregation Policy and the Law 37 Race, Politics, and the Courts: School Desegregation in San francisco 41 DAVID L KIRP Bilingual Education: The Legal Mandate 85 HERBERT TEITELBAUM RICHARD J. HILLER From the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo to Hop-wood: The Educational Plight and Struggle of Mexican Americans in the Southwest 121 GUADIALUPE SAN MIGUIELJR. RICH ARD R. VALENCIA The Economy of Literacy: How the Supreme Court Stalled the Civil Rights Movement 181 CATHERINE PRENDERGAST PART TWO IN TRODC TION The Practice of Integration 205 Communities of Difference: A Critical Look at )esegregated Spaces Created for and by Youth 209 MI(CHLE FIINE LOIS WEIS IINDA C. POWXELL Serving the Purpose of Educatiof 247 LEONA OKAKOK 1-act and Fiction: Stories of Puerto RICaas in US. schools 2 SONIANE TO A oBlack Studets Iflection on puha andi a9d Private Schools IMANI PERRY Holistic AIntegration: A Anniversary Ref lectiol on the Goals of Brown v. Boad of Education 303 IMANI PERRY