Back in grad school in the days of yore, I saw a quote from a lawyer in Brown v. Board. In the closing argument, the attorney for the Board of Education basically said that if integration happens for Black children, then imagine what could happen next...the Indians and handicapped children might want to be integrated, too! (Gasp! Clutch pearls!)
Does anyone have this quote? I think it was the beginning of an article or chapter. I can't find it, and I even ran it through ChatGPT. I know it's out there somewhere... I need it for a writing project.
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