Parents v. Seattle

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For more information, see the Wikipedia article "Parents Involved in Community Schools v. Seattle School District No. 1"

This is a topic, with start date December 4, 2006 and end date June 28, 2007.

Its theme(s) are United States domestic politics.

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Supreme Court was correct in its ruling

For
Race has no place in Seattle schools by John R. Miller (The Seattle Times, July 24, 2007) (view)
The Court Returns To Brown by George F. Will (The Washington Post, July 5, 2007) (view)
The Vanity of Judicial Activism by James Taranto (Best of the Web Today, July 2, 2007) (view)
Integration defeats quotas by Steve Chapman (Chicago Tribune, July 1, 2007) (view)
Don’t Mourn Brown v. Board of Education by Juan Williams (The New York Times, June 29, 2007) (view)
Race one factor in admissions by The Denver Post editorial board (The Denver Post, June 29, 2007) (view)
Ruling sends clear message by Sharon Browne (USA Today, June 29, 2007) (view)
Race and the Roberts Court by The Wall Street Journal editorial board (The Wall Street Journal, June 29, 2007) (view)
Seattle Grace by Peter Kirsanow (National Review, June 28, 2007) (view)
Diversity without Decrees by National Review editorial board (National Review, June 28, 2007) (view)
Against
Supreme Court got it wrong by Errol Louis (New York Daily News, July 5, 2007) (view)
A setback to equality by San Francisco Chronicle editorial board (San Francisco Chronicle, June 29, 2007) (view)
Setback for equal education by USA Today editorial board (USA Today, June 29, 2007) (view)
A Blow to Brown by The Washington Post editorial board (The Washington Post, June 29, 2007) (view)
Call It What It Is: Overturning Brown v. Board of Education by Jesselyn Radack (Daily Kos, June 29, 2007) (view)
Standing in the Schoolhouse Door by Eugene Robinson (The Washington Post, June 29, 2007) (view)
Resegregation Now by The New York Times editorial board (The New York Times, June 29, 2007) (view)
Brown's legacy lives, but barely by Charles J. Ogletree Jr. (The Boston Globe, June 29, 2007) (view)
Fracturing a landmark by Los Angeles Times editorial board (Los Angeles Times, June 29, 2007) (view)


All items that address this topic (19 total)[edit]

Title Author Source Date
Diversity without Decrees National Review editorial board National Review June 28, 2007
Seattle Grace Peter Kirsanow National Review June 28, 2007
Call It What It Is: Overturning Brown v. Board of Education Jesselyn Radack Daily Kos June 29, 2007
Brown's legacy lives, but barely Charles J. Ogletree Jr. The Boston Globe June 29, 2007
Race and the Roberts Court The Wall Street Journal editorial board The Wall Street Journal June 29, 2007
Setback for equal education USA Today editorial board USA Today June 29, 2007
Standing in the Schoolhouse Door Eugene Robinson The Washington Post June 29, 2007
Fracturing a landmark Los Angeles Times editorial board Los Angeles Times June 29, 2007
A setback to equality San Francisco Chronicle editorial board San Francisco Chronicle June 29, 2007
Race one factor in admissions The Denver Post editorial board The Denver Post June 29, 2007
A Blow to Brown The Washington Post editorial board The Washington Post June 29, 2007
Resegregation Now The New York Times editorial board The New York Times June 29, 2007
Don’t Mourn Brown v. Board of Education Juan Williams The New York Times June 29, 2007
Ruling sends clear message Sharon Browne USA Today June 29, 2007
Integration defeats quotas Steve Chapman Chicago Tribune July 1, 2007
The Vanity of Judicial Activism James Taranto Best of the Web Today July 2, 2007
The Court Returns To Brown George F. Will The Washington Post July 5, 2007
Supreme Court got it wrong Errol Louis New York Daily News July 5, 2007
Race has no place in Seattle schools John R. Miller The Seattle Times July 24, 2007
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