Is busing the answer?

Let's Find the Solution Through Love

In one part of town a black father feels frustrated and resentful when he compares the run-down, overcrowded, ill-equipped school his son attends to the modern school four miles away that white children attend. How can his son acquire the good education he needs?

Meanwhile a white mother in a middle-class neighborhood worries that if her daughter is bused to the inner-city school, the child will be subject to physical danger and verbal abuse—not to mention an inferior education.

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