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The Emergency School Aid Bill had been altered to include some of the stronger desegregationist language of Mondale's Senate bill and did not contain the antibusing amendment that the Nixon administration favored.
Even such a desegregationist as Nicodemus Bailey at Tonawanda wants exemption from property tax and buses to public schools both.
On its face, this plan seems more likely to satisfy fairness concerns and, for that matter, to produce - voluntarily - schools with more melting-pot potential than the most ill-conceived, command-and-control desegregationist schemes.