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Kramer's Popular Constitutionalism: A Quick Normative Assessment, Sarah K. Harding Feb 2006

Kramer's Popular Constitutionalism: A Quick Normative Assessment, Sarah K. Harding

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Justice Stevens, The Peremptory Challenge, And The Jury (Symposium), Nancy S. Marder Feb 2006

Justice Stevens, The Peremptory Challenge, And The Jury (Symposium), Nancy S. Marder

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Bringing Jury Instructions Into The Twenty-First Century, Nancy S. Marder Feb 2006

Bringing Jury Instructions Into The Twenty-First Century, Nancy S. Marder

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Introduction To Secrecy In Litigation (Symposium Editor), Nancy S. Marder Feb 2006

Introduction To Secrecy In Litigation (Symposium Editor), Nancy S. Marder

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Cyberjuries: A New Role As Online Mock Juries, Nancy S. Marder Feb 2006

Cyberjuries: A New Role As Online Mock Juries, Nancy S. Marder

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The Equality Paradise: Paradoxes Of The Law's Power To Advance Equality, Marcia L. Mccormick Jan 2006

The Equality Paradise: Paradoxes Of The Law's Power To Advance Equality, Marcia L. Mccormick

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This paper, written for Texas Wesleyan Law School's Gloucester Conference, ¿Too Pure an Air: Law and the Quest for Freedom, Justice, and Equality,¿ is a brief exploration of a broader project. Every civil rights movement must struggle with how to allocate scarce resources to accomplish the broadest change possible. This paper compares the legal and political strategies of the Black rights movement and the women's rights movement in the United States, comparing both the strategy choices and the results. These two movement followed essentially the same strategies. Where they have attained success and where each has failed demonstrates ...