Redefining Equality (inbunden)
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Douglas, Davison M.
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Redefining Equality (inbunden)

Redefining Equality

Inbunden,  Engelska, 1998-04-01
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This book brings together essays from a distinguished group of scholars, presenting an array of views about the meaning of equality and providing perspectives on the on-going debates about it. By bringing together essays from prominent writers in America in law, history, and social science, the collection presents a range of opinions and insights that speak to America's ability to define and deal with the politics of equality.
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Brynmor Thomas What emerges with almost painful clarity from a reading of these well-informed pieces is the near intractability of the problem of reaching a consensus on which effective governmental action could be based.


1: Davison M. Douglas and Neal Devins: The Pursuit of Equality 2: Kathryn Abrams: Equality and Impasse: Mobilizing Group-Based Perspectives in an Era of Group-Blindness 3: Reva Siegel: Civil Rights Reform in Historical Perspective: Regulating Marital Violence 4: David A. Strauss: The Illusory Distinction Between Equality of Opportunity and Equality of Result 5: Jennifer L. Hochschild: The Word 'American' Ends in 'Can': The Ambiguous Promise of the American Dream 6: Jeremy Rabkin: Racial Divisions and Judicial Obstructions 7: Hugh Davis Graham: The Politics of Clientele Capture: Civil Rights Policy and the Reagan Administration 8: Christine H. Rossell: The Convergence of Black and White Attitudes on School Desegregation Issues 9: Drew S. Days III: Brown Blues: Rethinking the Integrative Ideal 10: Richard Delgado and Jean Stefancic: The Social Construction of Brown v. Board of Education: Law Reform and the Reconstructive Paradox 11: Gerald N. Rosenberg: The Irrelevant Court: The Supreme Court's Inability to Influence Popular Beliefs about Equality (or Anything Else) 12: Erwin Chemerinsky: Can Courts Make a Difference? 13: David J. Garrow: The Supreme Court's Pursuit of Equality and Liberty and the Burdens of History 14: Neal Devins: The Judicial Role in Equality Decision-Making