Milliken v. Bradley, 418 U.S. 717 (1974), was a significant United States Supreme
Court case dealing with the planned desegregation busing of public school ...
A suit charging that the Detroit, Michigan public school system was racially
segregated as a result of official policies was filed against Governor Milliken.
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U.S. Supreme Court. Milliken v. Bradley, 418 U.S. 717 (1974). Milliken v. Bradley.
No. 73-434. Argued February 27, 1974. Decided July 25, 1974*. 418 U.S. 717.
Plaintiffs. Ronald Bradley and Richard Bradley, by their mother, Verda Bradley, et
al. Defendant. William G. Milliken, Governor of Michigan, et al. Plaintiffs' Claim.
Sep 21, 2011 ... 20 Milliken v Bradley. Michigan Bar Journal. September 2011. Milliken v Bradley.
Verda Bradley worked hard to ensure a bright future for her ...
Case opinion for US Supreme Court MILLIKEN v. BRADLEY. Read the Court's
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Summary of Milliken v. Bradley. 1974. A class action suit was filed in August 1970
, by parents of students in the Detroit, Michigan school system and the Detroit ...
Jul 25, 2012 ... On July 25, 1974—only 38 years ago—the Supreme Court in Milliken v. Bradley
restricted its earlier decision about school busing, now holding ...
Nov 12, 2013 ... The case eventually became Milliken v. Bradley, a seminal civil rights case that
nevertheless few people outside legal circles remember.