Many people call Brown v. Board of Education the most important Supreme Court ruling of the 20th century. Jared Taylor of American Renaissance describes the shocking fraud and legal malpractice that went into the decision.
Raymond Wolters, Right Turn: William Bradford Reynolds, the Reagan Administration, and Black Civil Rights (New Brunswick: Transaction Publishers, 1996).
Philip Elman interviewed by Norman Silver, “The Solicitor General’s Office, Justice Frankfurter, and Civil Rights Litigation: 1946 – 1960: An Oral History,” Harvard Law Review, Vol. 100, 1987, pp. 817-852.
Paul Craig Roberts & Lawrence Stratton, The New Color Line: How Quotas and Privilege Destroy Democracy (Washington, DC: Regnery Publishing, Inc.), pp. 34, 35.