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Second Redemption is a term that has been used for the period following the election of 1968 characterized by more conservatism, and a retreat from governmental and judicial activism on issues of civil rights.
- Milliken v. Bradley (1974)
- Desegregation busing
- Second Reconstruction
- Redemption (U.S. history)
- American Civil War
- American Civil Rights Movement
- Kousser, J. Morgan, "The Supreme Court And The Undoing of the Second Reconstruction," National Forum, (Spring 2000).[dead link]
- Joondeph, Bradley W., "A Second Redemption?" Washington and Lee Law Review,(Winter 1999).[dead link]
- Gary Orfield, Susan E. Eaton, and the Harvard Project on School Desegregation, Dismantling Desegregation: The Quiet Reversal of Brown v. Board of Education. New York: The New Press, 1996.
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