School Desegregation and U.S. Presidents: How the Role of the Bully Pulpit Affected Their Decisions

Rowman & Littlefield Publishers (2023)
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This book provides an eye-opening look at the outsized role that seven Presidents played in shaping the policies and practices relative to school desegregation through their bully pulpit.

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