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The Detroit School Busing Case: Milliken v. Bradley and the Controversy over Desegregation


reviewed by Howell Baum June 28, 2011

coverTitle: The Detroit School Busing Case: Milliken v. Bradley and the Controversy over Desegregation
Author(s): Joyce A. Baugh
Publisher: University Press of Kansas, Lawrence, KS
ISBN: 0700617671, Pages: 248, Year: 2011
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: June 28, 2011
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 16455, Date Accessed: 4/23/2014 7:03:01 PM

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  • Howell Baum
    University of Maryland
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    HOWELL S. BAUM is professor in the Urban Studies and Planning Program at the University of Maryland. He has done research and written on community development, race, and education. His most recent book is a history of Baltimore school desegregation, Brown in Baltimore: School Desegregation and the Limits of Liberalism (Cornell, 2010). He is currently examining liberal, conservative, and evangelical views of racial inequality and poverty.
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