Through an analysis of the Supreme Court's post-1973 rulings, argues that the Court has not repudiated any doctrine that it had adopted Before 1973 but has exhibited a reluctance to extend previously announced legal principles to claims for new remedies.
William L. Taylor,
The Supreme Court and Recent School Desegregation Cases: The Role of Social Science in a Period of Judicial Retrenchment,
42 Law and Contemporary Problems
Available at: http://scholarship.law.duke.edu/lcp/vol42/iss4/2