Accept girls at all-male schools?

MacNair, Jennifer
January 1997
Junior Scholastic;01/10/97, Vol. 99 Issue 10, p11
Presents an exercise to help high school students make decisions as US Supreme Court justices, on the issue of accepting girls into exclusive schools for men such as the military school. Constitutional provisions related to the issue; Arguments for and against it.


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