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GUEY HEUNG LEE V. JOHNSON, 404 U. S. 1215 (1971)

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Guey Heung Lee v. Johnson, 404 U.S. 1215 (1971)

Guey Heung Lee v. Johnson

No. A-203

Decided August 25, 1971

404 U.S. 1215


Application for stay of District Court's order reassigning pupils of Chinese ancestry to other San Francisco public schools to correct past patterns of de jure racial segregation is denied as school desegregation plan offered by school board and approved by District Court seems well within established legal bounds.

See: 339 F.Supp. 1315.

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