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In the Supreme Court of the United States, October term, 1954 : Oliver Brown, et al., appellants, v. Board of Education of Topeka, Shawnee County, Kansas, et al., Harry Briggs, Jr., et al., appellants v. R. W. Elliott, et al. Dorothy E. Davis, et al., appellants, v. County School Board of Prince Edward County, Virginia, et al. Frances B. Gebhart, et al., petitioners, v. Ethel Louise Belton, et al. : amicus curiae brief of the Attorney General of Florida / Richard W. Ervin Attorney General of the State of Florida, Ralph E. Odum Assistant Attorney General State of Florida; Ervin, Richard W; [Tallahassee : State of Florida, 1954]; Includes bibliographical references;""Preliminary statement. Part one: A discussion of the reasons for a period of gradual adjustment to desegregation to be permitted in Florida with broad powers of discretion vested in local school authorities to determine administrative procedures. Part two: Specific suggestions to the court in formulating a decree. Part three: Legal authority of the court to permit a period of gradual adjustment and broad powers of administrative discretion on the part of local school authorities. Part four: Considerations involved in formulating plans for desegregation. Part five: Conclusion. Appendix A: Results of a survey of Florida leadership opinion on the effects of the U.S. Supreme Court decision of May 17

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