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Topic and sources - School Desegregation Research Topic and Sources Topic What were the main causes that led to the slow implementation of policy

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School Desegregation Research Topic and Sources Topic: What were the main causes that led to the slow implementation of policy implications set by the federal government that were designed to integrate schools in the South? Sources: 1. Supreme Court of the United States. (02/02/1790 - ) Judgment, Brown v. Board of Education , May 31, 1955. Textual Record Document http://www.archives.gov/education/lessons/brown-v-board/ 2. Mauldin, Bill. Inch by inch 1921-2003. September 1, 1960 Editorial cartoon http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.pnp/ppmsca.05522 3. WSB-TV newsfilm clip of an unidentified man commenting on the progress of school desegregation in the South and the closing of schools in Prince Edward County, Virginia, 1959 September, WSB-TV newsfilm collection. Publisher: Athens, Ga. : Digital Library of Georgia and Walter J. Brown Media Archives and Peabody Awards Collection, University of Georgia Libraries | 2007 http://dlg.galileo.usg.edu/crdl/id:ugabma_wsbn_35710 4. WSB-TV newsfilm clip of Alabama governor Georgia C. Wallace standing in the doorway to prevent registration of African American students at the University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, 1963 June 11 WSB-TV (Television station : Atlanta, Ga.) | 2007 | Moving images | News | Unedited footage
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5. WSB-TV newsfilm clip of citizens commenting on the closure of public schools and education for African Americans in Prince Edward County, Virginia, 1962 July 27 WSB-TV (Television station : Atlanta, Ga.) | 2007 | Moving images | News | Unedited footage 6. Herb Block (1909-2001). Private schools to avoid integration. If the government doesn't support separate-but-equal schools for our children, it's guilty of discrimination! , February 12, 1963. Published in the Washington Post, February 12, 1963. Prints and Photographs Division (168) © 1962 by Herblock in The Washington Post .
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7. Handwritten notes by President Eisenhower on decision to send troops to Little Rock, September 1957 [DDE's Papers as President, Administration Series, Box 23, Little Rock, Arkansas (2)] http://www.eisenhower.archives.gov/Research/Digital_Documents/LittleRock/New %20PDFs/DDE_troops_to_Arkansas.pdf 8. Walthall, J. H. "A Study of Certain Factors of School Closing in 1958 as They Affected the Seniors of the White Comprehensive High Schools in Little Rock, Arkansas." PhD diss., University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, 1963. Sondra Gordy. University of Central Arkansas http://www.encyclopediaofarkansas.net/encyclopedia/entry-detail.aspx? Notes: School closings and tax dollars used to support private school openings. #3.   In this WSB newsfilm clip from September 1959, an unidentified man comments on the progress of school desegregation in the South and on the closing of schools in Prince Edward County, Virginia. The clip begins with the man sitting at a desk with flags behind him. He indicates that there is
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Topic and sources - School Desegregation Research Topic and Sources Topic What were the main causes that led to the slow implementation of policy

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