Lani Guinier wrote an article in the Journal of American History on Brown vs. Board. Up until this point the best critique I’d read about the NAACP strategy had been Harold Cruse’s Plural But Equal. But what Guinier’s article brings to light is the way that race and class resentment became intertwined in Brown’s wake. As we move forward it is important we try to figure out a set of strategies that deals with class inequities in a way that gets working class and middle class whites over their racial hurdles. Guinier on Brown vs. Board