Brown v. Board of Education and the Civil Rights Movement

2) Brown v. Board of Education and the Civil Rights Movement, Michael J. Klarman (2007, Oxford University Press, paperback; ISBN: 978-0-1953-0763-4) (hereinafter, ?Brown? or ?Klarman?)

educated and also personal views on these chapters/books.

Page 1: What is the basic argument of the chapter/book? If you had to tell someone in just a few minutes what the author was trying to say, how would you say it? What does the author want you to take away from your reading of the text? If you met the author (which you will in some cases), and s/he asked you what you got from the text (which they might), what would you say?

Page 2: What is the author?s general view about the Constitution? For instance, drawing on discussions about the different forms of constitutional interpretation that we will undertake throughout the semester, where does this person fit? In one category? In multiple categories?

Page 3: How, if at all, did the chapter/book influence your views about various possible things (although I would pick only one of these): The role of the Supreme Court? The role of courts in general? How national texts/constitutions should be interpreted? The proper functioning of American government? The role of specific justices?

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