Breaking Down Barriers

In October 1948 George McLaurin became the first African American to enroll at the University of Oklahoma. McLaurin's case drew national attention and culminated in a US Supreme Court decision. David Levy chronicles the historically significant - and at times poignant - story of McLaurin's two-year struggle to secure his rights. Paperback.
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