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A history of the beginnings of the Council for Better Education and their successful litigation, Rose v Council for Better Education. The Register of the Kentucky Historical Society, published continuously since 1903, is among the oldest historical journals in America but continues to provide fresh perspectives on the history of Kentucky and its people. The Register includes the work of leading scholars on the commonwealth but is widely accessible to general readers interested in Kentucky history. Published quarterly, it is a benefit of Kentucky Historical Society membership. Leading scholars whose articles have appeared in the Register include James A. Ramage, Lowell Harrison, Jesse Stuart, John Kleiber, Paul Blanchard, Penny Miller, James Klotter, Sandra Day O'Connor, Robert M. Ireland, Bill Ellis, Raymond Betts, Tracy Campbell, George C Wright, Terry Birdwhistell, Gerald Smith, Harry M Caudill, Otis Singletary, Thomas Appleton, J Winston Coleman, and Thomas D Clark.
The Register of the Kentucky Historical Society
Richard E. Day. (2011) Bert Combs and the Council for Better Education: catalysts for school reform. The Register of the Kentucky Historical Society, 109 (1): 27-62. Available at: http://works.bepress.com/richard_day/4