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" There is a vast difference a Constitutional difference between restrictions imposed by the state which prohibit the intellectual commingling of students, and the refusal of individuals to commingle where the state presents no such bar. "
African American Culture and Heritage in Higher Education Research and Practice - ˹ 122
- 1998 - 237 ˹
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School Life, 32-33

1950
...restrictions are removed, for he may still be set apart by his fellow students. This we think is irrelevant. There is a vast difference a Constitutional difference...intellectual commingling of students, and the refusal of individuals to commingle where the state presents no such bar. . . . . . . the Fourteenth Amendment...

United States Reports: Cases Adjudged in the Supreme Court at ..., 339

United States. Supreme Court, John Chandler Bancroft Davis, Henry Putzel, Henry C. Lind, Frank D. Wagner - 1950
...restrictions are removed, for he may still be set apart by his fellow students. This we think irrelevant. There is a vast difference a Constitutional difference...intellectual commingling of students, and the refusal of individuals to commingle where the state presents no such bar. Shelley v. Kraemer, 334 US 1, 13-14...

Report of the United States Commission on Civil Rights

United States Commission on Civil Rights - 1959
...associate with him regardless of State discrimination, the Court retorted that this was irrelevant. "There is a vast difference, a Constitutional difference,...intellectual commingling of students, and the refusal of individuals to commingle where the State presents no such bar." 45 Here the Court leaned even more...

The Supreme Court, Race, and Civil Rights: From Marshall to Rehnquist

Abraham L. Davis, Barbara Luck Graham - 1995 - 483 ˹
...restrictions are removed, for he may still be set apart by his fellow students. This we think irrelevant. There is a vast difference a Constitutional difference...intellectual commingling of students, and the refusal of individuals to commingle where the state presents no such bar. Shelley v. Kraemer. 334 US 1. 13-14...
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States' Laws on Race and Color

Pauli Murray - 1997 - 746 ˹
...restrictions are removed, for he may still be set apart by his fellow students. This we think irrelevant. There is a vast difference a Constitutional difference...intellectual commingling of students, and the refusal of individuals to commingle where the state presents no such bar. Shelley \. Kraemer, 334 US 1. 13-14...
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Chief Justice Fred M. Vinson of Kentucky: A Political Biography

James E. St. Clair, Linda C. Gugin - 2002 - 394 ˹
...with the chief justice. He said, "There is a vast differencea Constitutional differencebetween restrictions imposed by the state which prohibit the...intellectual commingling of students, and the refusal of individuals to commingle where the state presents no such bar." As in Sweatt, Vinson declared that...
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Harry Truman and Civil Rights

Michael R. Gardner - 2002 - 276 ˹
...still be set apart by his fellow students. This we think irrelevant. There is a vast difference Constitutional difference between restrictions...intellectual commingling of students, and the refusal of individuals to commingle where the state presents no such bar. Shelley v. Kraemer, 334 US 1, 13-14...
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Summaries of Leading Cases on the Constitution

Joseph Francis Menez, John R. Vile - 2004 - 627 ˹
...set McLaurin apart from the other students, thus hindering his pursuit of effective graduate study. "There is a vast difference a Constitutional difference...intellectual commingling of students and the refusal of individuals to commingle where the state presents no such bar." The conditions under which this appellant...
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Brown V. Board of Education at Fifty: A Rhetorical Retrospective

Clarke Rountree - 2004 - 199 ˹
...claims that social norms would set McLaurin apart from whites in any case, the Court responded that "[t]here is a vast difference a Constitutional...intellectual commingling of students, and the refusal of individuals to commingle where the state presents no such bar." Citing the just-decided Sweatt decision,...
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American Higher Education Transformed, 19402005: Documenting the National ...

Wilson Smith, Thomas Bender - 2008 - 544 ˹
...restrictions are removed, for he may still be set apart by his fellow students. This we think irrelevant. There is a vast difference a Constitutional difference...intellectual commingling of students, and the refusal of individuals to commingle where the state presents no such bar. . . . The removal of the state restrictions...
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