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Bollinger, xii, 4, 9, 10, 56—57, 89—90,—81; and Hopwood v. Texas, 9, 55,—66; and Kennedy, 53; and litigation; and racial classifications; and structural racism, 11; and University of California v. Bakke, —63,—67, ; weaknesses of, 10—11; and wealth, 11 Alexander v. Holmes County Board of Education, xiii, 51, Alston v.
Virginia, 43 Arkansas, 59— See also Little Rock, Arkansas assimilation, xiii, —20,— Dowell, 82n6, 84, 85,Board of Trustees of the University of North Carolina et al.
Sharpe, 24, 49 Bradley v. Milliken, 51 Bradley v. School Board of Virginia, 50, n30 Brown v. See also Swann v. State of Texas; Regents of the University of California v.
Bakke ; black enrollment in, 6—8, 60, 99, ; and desegregation, 32, 49—52, 99—,see also individual court cases ; and diversity, 8, 10, 56; historically black, 99—; protests at, 48—49; segregation in, 77—78, See also Penick v. Scotland Neck Board of Education51 Cumming v.
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