Schooling Rights under Our Treaty with Japan, 7 Columbia Law Review 85 (1907)
The laws of California since 1885 have given local school boards power to establish separate schools for children of Mongolian or Chinese descent, and provided that, when such separate schools are established, Chinese or Mongolian children must not be admitted into any other school.
Date of Authorship for this Version
Baldwin, Simeon E., "Schooling Rights under Our Treaty with Japan" (1907). Faculty Scholarship Series. 4316.