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Liberate Public Schools
from Government by Lawsuit

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Foreword v
Introduction: Anatomy of Carlin v. Board of Education

Pro Bono Publico Representation of Busing Dissenters in Carlin v. Board of Education

2. Groundswell Dissenters Gain Intervenor Status 30
3. Groundswell Dissenters Befriend Counterparts in Supreme Court 48
4. Groundswell Intervenors Again Seek End of Court Jurisdiction 57
5. Upon Reconsideration Court Grants Motion to Terminate Jurisdiction 69
6. Court Adopts "Final" Order Terminating Jurisdiction, but Pyrrhically not until at least January 1, 2000 80
7. Groundswell Motion to End Jurisdiction Conditionally Granted, Effective July 1, 1998 91
8. The Struggle Continues Countrywide to End Race-Based Assignments in Public Schools 102
9. Lesson from Thirty-Year Carlin v. Board of Education lawsuit: Free Public Schools from Government by Lawsuit
Conclusion 125
Appendices [photocopied documents — print only]

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 Letter.
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Liberate Public Schools
from Government by Lawsuit

A Long Pro Bono Struggle
Against Racially Balancing Public School Students
in a Thirty-Year Lawsuit
by Elmer Enstrom, Jr.
A chronological presentation of the 30-year Carlin affirmative action lawsuit:
a legal battle to reassert the "separation of powers" concept
of a republican form of government embodied in our Constitution.
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