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Playing Cowboys And Indians, B. Glenn George Oct 2006

Playing Cowboys And Indians, B. Glenn George

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Multiracial Identity And Affirmative Action, Nancy Leong Oct 2006

Multiracial Identity And Affirmative Action, Nancy Leong

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Section 7: Civil Rights, Institute Of Bill Of Rights Law At The William & Mary Law School Sep 2006

Section 7: Civil Rights, Institute Of Bill Of Rights Law At The William & Mary Law School

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Section 2: The War On Terror, Institute Of Bill Of Rights Law At The William & Mary Law School Sep 2006

Section 2: The War On Terror, Institute Of Bill Of Rights Law At The William & Mary Law School

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Disability And Employment Discrimination At The Rehnquist Court, Anita Silvers, Michael E. Waterstone, Michael Ashley Stein Apr 2006

Disability And Employment Discrimination At The Rehnquist Court, Anita Silvers, Michael E. Waterstone, Michael Ashley Stein

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The Right To Counsel In Criminal Cases, A National Crisis, Mary Sue Backus, Paul Marcus Jan 2006

The Right To Counsel In Criminal Cases, A National Crisis, Mary Sue Backus, Paul Marcus

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Disability, Disparate Impact, And Class Actions, Michael Ashley Stein, Michael E. Waterstone Jan 2006

Disability, Disparate Impact, And Class Actions, Michael Ashley Stein, Michael E. Waterstone

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Following Title VII's enactment, group-based employment discrimination actions flourished due to disparate impact theory and the class action device. Courts recognized that subordination that defined a group's social identity was also sufficient legally to bind members together, even when relief had to be issued individually. Woven through these cases was a notion of panethnicity that united inherently unrelated groups into a common identity, for example, Asian Americans. Stringent judicial interpretation subsequently eroded both legal frameworks and it has become increasingly difficult to assert collective employment actions, even against discriminatory practices affecting an entire group. This deconstruction has immensely ...