On other threads there is a great deal of outrage over the judicial supremacy exercised not only by the Supreme Court, but federal courts in general. Among those who decry such judicial usurpation, what is your opinion of Brown v. Board of Education, the 1954 Supreme Court decision that outlawed school desegregation? Was it illegitimate? Was the outcome desirable? If the Court decision was illegitimate, should we have awaited whatever tendencies against segregation there may have been in the South? Would Jim Crow have eventually passed away quietly?