"A nauseating mixture of vacuous sociological theories," wrote the Richmond Times-Dispatch.
"Harsh, acrimonious, sometimes arrogant," complained its afternoon counterpart, the News Leader.
"I want my rights back," said the placard carried by a woman picketing the city's courthouse.
What caused all this angerand may cause a lot more throughout the U.S.was a landmark decision by U.S. District Judge Robert R. Merhige Jr., who last week ordered Virginia state officials to consolidate the increasingly black (now 69%) school system of Richmond with two surrounding suburban districts that are 91% white. It was the first...