Edgar v. United States,
404 U.S. 1206 (1971)

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Edgar v. United States, 404 U.S. 1206 (1971)

Edgar v. United States

No. A-95

Decided July 29, 1971

404 U.S. 1206


Stay of Court of Appeals' judgment affirming District Court's order directing applicants to take affirmative action to eliminate all vestiges of discrimination from Texas public schools is denied, as the order does no more than endeavor to realize the directive of the Fourteenth Amendment and the decisions of this Court that racial discrimination in the public schools must be eliminated root and branch.

See: 321 F.Supp. 1043 and 330 F.Supp. 235.

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