Burke Marshall's thorough anaysis of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 clearly stated what the Act did and did not do. Pertaining to public education, Marshall reviewed the wording of the Act and how the South would have to directly comply with orders in the Act, and how the South could manuver around other orders.
Title IV of the Act addresses the desegregation of public schools. Marshall addresses different situatinos in the North and the South, and the courts interpretation of the Act. Additionally, Marshall's anaysis of Title VI clearly stated that instituitions who failed to desegregate would not received necessary funding until it had completed integration. Title VI allowed schools like Mansfiled High to integrate within two years after the Civl Rights Act of 1964 was passed.