Desegregation from Brown to Alexander: An Exploration of Supreme Court Strategies

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"All deliberate speed." See"With all deliberate speed"
Almond, J. Lindsay: at oral argument, 70, 86, 115-16; and school closings, 203
Ambiguity. SeeOpinions
American Civil Liberties Union: role in case, 144, 145, 238, 444
"American dilemma," 6, 58
Amicus curiae: judges' approval of, 12, 414; United States as, 24, 38, 78, 154, 171, 173, 175-76, 200, 205, 211-12, 216-17, 237- 38, 244-45, 261, 270, 279, 289-90, 294, 299, 305, 364-65, 382, 454; in restrictive covenant cases, 38; states as, 86, 217, 253, 254-55, 256, 259, 382; in cemetery case, 133; in miscegenation case, 144, 146; in school desegregation, 199, 200, 400, 402-3; in housing case, 244-45; in voting rights case, 253, 254-55, 256, 259
Appeals: dismissal of, 16, 139, 140, 231-32, 267, 283, 325, 340, 359; disposition of, 17-18; as mandatory, 141; shift to certiorari, 297, 301, 413. See alsoCertiorari
Association, freedom of. See National Association for Advancement of Colored People
Attorneys general: at oral argument, 76 Audience. SeeSupreme Court Avoidance. SeeStrategy
"Badge of slavery." SeeThirteenth Amendment
Barnett, Ross, Governor: contempt case, 449: mentioned, 211
Black, Hugo: opinions in voting rights cases, 34, 252, 260; questions by, 40, 73, 110, 118, 119, 146-47, 176, 201, 206, 238-39, 246, 256, 257, 258, 305-6, 317, 330-32, 336-37, 357, 366, 367, 368, 388, 405-6; dissents, 63, 135, 155-56, 251-52, 262, 283, 314, 319-20, 322, 326, 338, 339, 340, 350; position in conference, 79, 120-21; memo to colleagues, 80; comment by, 84, 246, 326, 331; opinion in parks case, 158; concurring opinions, 187, 189, 284, 333, 356, 407; school closings opinion, 206-7; vote to hear case, 209, 231, 263, 272, 341; as Circuit Justice, 211, 379, 380-81, 399, 402; opinion in public accommodations case, 288, 291-92; opinions in sit-in cases, 320, 321, 323, 324; opinions in protest cases, 347, 351-52, 353; opinion in Montgomery case, 397-98; in-chambers opinion, 399, 402, 457; reaction to demonstrations, 456
Brandeis, Louis: narrowness of opinions, 21; on Court's opinions, 95
Breadth. SeeOpinions
Brennan, William: on oral argument, xvi; appointed to Court, 14: on summary actions, 18, 419; questions by, 142, 143, 176, 177, 238, 240, 245, 257-58, 316, 336, 394; vote to hear case, 152, 199, 348; dissents, 159, 186, 190, 352-53, 355-56, 371, 372, 374; opinion in NAACP case, 191, 192; opinions in sit-in cases, 318-20, 322, 335; concurring opinions, 350, 369, 407; freedom-of-choice opinions, 394-96
Briefs. SeeLawyers
Brown ruling: extension of, xv, 267-68, 271, 273-74, 279, 281; effect of, 5-6, 25, 77, 93-94, 109-17, 123-24, 437, 456; vote delayed, 9; judges conferences, 14; footnote, 11, 73, 104; and sociology, 28, 104-5; timing of, 47; intermediate order, 64; reargument ordered, 78-79, 92, 105; questions posed by Court, 79, 93; opinions, discussed, 92-107; criticism of, 94- 107, 122-30, 440, 442; clarity of opinion, 95-97; precedent in, 97-99: and "neutral principles," 99-100; principle in, 99-102; implementing of, 108-30; implementation opinion, 121-30; reaction to, 123-24, 166; application to higher education, 163-64; compared with Little Rock opinion, 179-80; meaning of, 383-84, 386, 389, 392, 458; evaluated, 409-12; vote to grant review, 435. See alsoSchool desegregation
Burger, Warren: questions by, 404-6; concurring opinion, 407: on summary affirmances, 459; mentioned, 9, 375, 398, 414
Burton, Harold: dissent, 46; questions by, 72, 75-76, 118, 177; position in conference, 78, 121; notes on Brown, 89-90, 120
Busing. SeeSchool desegregation

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