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Review: These Six Books Document the Progress of Urban Education since "Brown"

Reviewed Works: Shades of Brown: New Perspectives on School Desegregation by Derrick Bell; Race and Schooling in the City by Adam Yarmolinsky, Lance Liebman, Corinne S. Schelling; Desegregating America's Schools by Larry W. Hughes, William M. Gordon, Larry W. Hillman; Trial and Error: The Detroit School Segregation Case by Eleanor P. Wolf; The Black School Superintendent: Messiah or Scapegoat? by Hugh J. Scott; School Power: Implications of an Intervention Project by James P. Comer
Review by: A. Harry Passow
The Phi Delta Kappan
Vol. 63, No. 8 (Apr., 1982), pp. 568-569
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/20386456
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