by Elmer Enstrom, Jr.
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|1. Busing Dissenters Told They Can Run, but Can't Hide||17|
|2. Dissenters' Voices Muted in Legal Cases||29|
|3. Dissenters Recognized as Real Parties in San Diego Case||41|
|4. Befriending Busing Dissenters in the Supreme Court||51|
|5. Busing Advocacy Is Understandable, but Without Understanding||67|
|6. The San Diego Dissenters' Formula for Opposing Busing||81|
|7. Invoke Our Color-Blind Constitution to End Busing
|Appendices [photocopied references — list only]||135|
|Referenced Rights Cases by Title|
|Referenced Rights Cases by Date|
|Referenced U.S. Supreme Court Justices|
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Separation of Powers:
Constitutional points bearing on the separation of powers,
and thereby on judicial oversight of American public schools.
See also Enstrom's November 1999 Presentation to the Board of Education, San Diego City Schools; with 6th-Grader Kimberly's Protest.
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