In A Sweet Magnolia Time makes a major contribution to American history and American literature, for it explores the life and times and legacy of Waties Waring, the South Carolina federal judge whose epic opinion in Briggs v. Elliot that "separate but equal is not equal," predated by two years of the 1954 Supreme Court Decision that came to the same conclusion.
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