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Fiasco S3E7: “A Phony Issue” Bibliography

BOOKS

Ames, David, et al. African-American Population of Delaware: 1800 to 1980. University of Delaware, 1991. 

Batson, Ruth. The Black Educational Movement in Boston: A Sequence of Historical Events. Northeastern University, 2001.

Buell Jr., Emmett H. and Brisbin Jr., Richard A. School Desegregation and Defended Neighborhoods: The Boston Controversy. Lexington Books, 1982. 

Delmont, Matthew F. Why Busing Failed: Race, Media, and the National Resistance to School Desegregation. University of California Press, 2016. 

Driver, Justin. The Schoolhouse Gate: Public Education, the Supreme Court, and the Battle for the American Mind. Vintage Books, 2018. 

Formisano, Ronald P. Boston Against Busing: Race, Class and Ethnicity in the 1960s and 1970s. University of North Carolina Press, 2012. 

Gadsden, Brett. Between North and South: Delaware, Desegregation, and the Myth of American Sectionalism. University of Pennsylvania Press, 2012. 

Kerner, Otto, et al. Report of The National Advisory Commission on Civil Disorders, 1967. 

Link, William A. Righteous Warrior: Jesse Helms and the Rise of Modern Conservatism. St. Martin’s Press, 2008. 

Lukas, J. Anthony. Common Ground: A Turbulent Decade in the Lives of Three American Families. Alfred A. Knopf, 1985. 

Niemeyer, Arielle, et al. The Courts, the Legislature, and Delaware’s Resegregation: A Report on School Segregation in Delaware, 1989-2010. The Civil Rights Project, 2014. 

Orfield, Gary. Must We Bus?: Segregated Schools and National Policy. Brookings Institution, 1978.

Sandbrook, Dominic. Mad As Hell: The Crisis of the 1970s and the Rise of the Populist Right. Anchor Books, 2012. 

Sokol, Jason. All Eyes Are Upon Us: Race And Politics from Boston to Brooklyn; The Conflicted Soul of the Northeast. Basic Books, 2014. 

ARTICLES

“Democrats Increase Congress Hold; GOP Wins Big-State Governorships,” Berkshire Eagle, Nov. 7, 1962. 

“Warm Applause Greets Brooke As He, Three Others Take Office,” Boston Globe, Jan. 17, 1963. 

“Brooke Fast Off the Mark,” Boston Globe, Dec. 31, 1965. 

“Bay State’s Color-Blind Candidate,” Life, Apr. 8, 1966. 

“Backlash Enters Bay State Race,” New York Times, Oct. 23, 1966.

“Nixon Out to Soothe Negroes,” The Free-Lance Star, Sep. 10, 1968. 

“College Presidents Will Be Radicals’ Target,” Pensacola News Journal, Sep. 28, 1969.  

“Biden, At 30, Hits Ultimate Goal,” The Morning News, Nov. 9, 1972. 

“Biden Stressed Age to Defeat Boggs, 63,” Philadelphia Enquirer, Nov. 9, 1972. 

“City Native Attains Constitutional Age for U.S. Senate,” The Tribune, Nov. 21, 1972.

“Mayor Maloney Fights Back,” The Philadelphia Enquirer, Jan. 1, 1974. 

“Busing Clash Wins Biden Few Friends,” The Morning News, Jul. 10, 1974. 

“Judges Order State to Submit 2 School Desegregation Plans,” The Morning News, Jul. 13, 1974. 

“How Much Was ‘Won’ in School Suit?” The Morning News, Jul. 15, 1974. 

“High Court Kills Cross-District Busing,” Detroit Free Press, Jul. 26, 1974. 

“NAACP to Push Plans, Despite Busing Ruling,” Latrobe Bulletin, Jul. 26, 1974. 

“Northern School Desegregation to Move Forward: NAACP,” Pittsburgh Courier, Aug. 3, 1974. 

“Boston Crossroads,” Boston Globe, Dec. 26, 1974. 

“Congressional Wrap-Up,” Delmarva News, Dec. 31, 1974. 

“40 Hurt, 10 Arrested at Beach Protest,” Boston Globe, Aug. 11, 1975.

“School Attendance 59%; Police Guard Heavy,” Boston Evening Globe, Sep. 8, 1975. 

“Antibusing Measure Approved in Senate,” New York Times, Sep. 18, 1975. 

“Antibusing Move Decried by Brooke,” Boston Globe, Sep. 19, 1975. 

“The Cure and the Ailment,” Boston Globe, Sep. 23, 1975. 

“Biden Calls Busing Bill a Bridge,” The Morning News, Sep. 28, 1975. 

“Both Sides of the Issue: Should School Busing Be Stopped?; ‘Busing is a Constitutional Tool that Should Be Used,’” U.S. News & World Report, Oct. 20, 1975.

“Both Sides of the Issue: Should School Busing Be Stopped?; ‘Busing is Harmful … I Would Eliminate Forced Busing,” U.S. News & World Report, Oct. 20, 1975. 

“Biden and Roth Votes on Busing Bills,” The Morning News, Mar. 12, 1978.

“Biden is a Born-Again Convert to Anti-Busing,” The Morning News, Mar. 12, 1978.

“Brooke Admits Swearing Falsely on $49,000 Loan,” Boston Globe, May 26, 1978. 

“Ed Brooke’s Sudden Fall,” Boston Globe, Nov. 8, 1978. 

“12 Years and Many Changes,” Boston Globe, Nov. 15, 1978. 

“Chronology of Events: ‘56-’88,” Sunday News Journal, Sep. 18, 1988. 

“Education: Boston Ready to Overhaul School Busing Policy,” New York Times, Dec. 28, 1988. 

“School Committee OK’s ‘Framework’ of Assignment Plan,” Boston Globe, Dec. 29, 1988. 

“Wormley’s Hotel Revisited: Richard Nixon’s Southern Strategy and the End of the Second Reconstruction,” The North Carolina Historical Review, Jan. 1994. 

“Justices Limit the Use of Race in School Plans for Integration,” New York Times, Jun. 29, 2007.

“Jesse Helms Dies at 86; Conservative Force in the Senate,” New York Times, Jul. 5, 2008. 

“Edward Brooke, First Black U.S. Senator Elected by Popular Vote, Dies,” Reuters, Jan. 3, 2015. 

“How A Young Joe Biden Turned Liberals Against Integration,” Politico, Aug. 4, 2015. 

“The Report on Race That Shook America,” The Atlantic, May 2018. 

“Effective But Never Popular, Court-Ordered Busing is a Relic Few Would Revive,” Washington Post, Jul. 7, 2019. 

“How Joe Biden Became the Democrats’ Anti-Busing Crusader,” New York Times, Jul. 15, 2019. 

“Back to School: How Diverse Are NYC’s Classrooms?” Citizens’ Committee for Children of New York, Sep. 6, 2019.

“Kids Today: Boston’s Declining Child Population and Its Effect on School Enrollment,” Boston Indicators and The Boston Foundation, Jan. 2020. 

“Schools Are Still Segregated, and Black Children Are Paying a Price,” Economic Policy Institute, Feb. 12, 2020. 

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