The Other Boston Busing Story: What's Won and Lost Across the Boundary Line
Susan E. EatonE-book: $33.95
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|E-book Publication Date:||09/01/2020|
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|Paper Publication Date:||10/23/2020|
Affecting personal narratives tell of the survival of a subtler form of segregation which no amount of busing could overcome.
Emotionally stirring and, at times, almost unbearably disturbing . . . . A candid narrative of courage.
General readers who are seriously interested in race relations or education reform will want to read this book.
[Eaton's] prose is eloquent and devoid of the stuffiness of much academic writing. A work of research [that is] fascinating.
--Anand Vaishnav, Boston Globe
Susan E. Eaton is professor of practice in social policy and director of the Sillerman Center for the Advancement of Philanthropy at Brandeis University's Heller School. She is the author, most recently, of the book, Integration Nation: Immigrants, Refugees and America at Its Best.