The author, who has devised desegregation plans for a number of cities and has appeared often as an expert witness in desegregation suits, reviews the growth of desegregation in the past few years and evaluates the advantages and disadvantages of various techniques of desegregation. He then discusses the economic and the social and psychological constraints on desegregation. Finally, he makes an argument for the benefits of metropolitan desegregation plans.

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