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Context of In the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit: no. 73-1982. United States of America, plaintiff-appellant, Donny Brurell Buckley, Alycia Marquese Buckley, by their parent and next friend, Ruby L. Buckley, on behalf of themselves and all Negro school age children residing in the area served by original defendants herein, intervening plaintiffs-appellees, vs. the Board of School Commissioners of the city of Indianapolis, Indiana, and others, defendants-appellants, Otis R. Bowen, as Governor of the state of Indiana, Theodore L. Sendak, as Attorney General of the state of Indiana, Harold H. Negley, as Superintendent of Public Instruction of the state of Indiana, the Indiana State Board of Education, a public corporate body, et al, added defendants-appellants. Brief of appellants Otis R. Bowen, M.D., as Governor of the state of Indiana, Theodore L. Sendak, as Attorney General of the state of Indiana, Harold H.Negley, as Superintendent of Public Instruction of the state of Indiana, and the Indiana State Board of Education. Appendix
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