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Lawyers V. Educators: Changing Perceptions Of Desegregation In Public Higher Education, Jean Preer Oct 1979

Lawyers V. Educators: Changing Perceptions Of Desegregation In Public Higher Education, Jean Preer

North Carolina Central Law Review

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Bakke, Weber And Mr. Justice Stewart: Constitutional Theory And Affirmative Action, Albert Broderick Oct 1979

Bakke, Weber And Mr. Justice Stewart: Constitutional Theory And Affirmative Action, Albert Broderick

North Carolina Central Law Review

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Slavery, Race, And The Criminal Law In Antebellum North Carolina: A Reconsideration Of The Thomas Ruffin Court, Patrick S. Brady Apr 1979

Slavery, Race, And The Criminal Law In Antebellum North Carolina: A Reconsideration Of The Thomas Ruffin Court, Patrick S. Brady

North Carolina Central Law Review

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Beyond Bakke: The Constitution And Redressing The Social History Of Racism, Robert Allen Sedler Apr 1979

Beyond Bakke: The Constitution And Redressing The Social History Of Racism, Robert Allen Sedler

Law Faculty Research Publications

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Racial Prejudice And Scholarly Prejudice: New Confrontations At The Selma Bridge, J. Mills Thornton Iii Mar 1979

Racial Prejudice And Scholarly Prejudice: New Confrontations At The Selma Bridge, J. Mills Thornton Iii

Michigan Law Review

A Review of Protest at Selma: Martin Luther King, Jr., and the Voting Rights Act of 1965 by David J. Garrow


South Africa: Using The Law To Establish And Maintain A Pigmentocracy, Rex S. Heinke Mar 1979

South Africa: Using The Law To Establish And Maintain A Pigmentocracy, Rex S. Heinke

Michigan Law Review

A Review of Human Rights and the South African Legal Order by John Dugard


Book Review: In The Matter Of Color: Race & The American Legal Process-The Colonial Period. By Leon Higgenbotham, Jr. , 12 J. Marshall J. Prac. & Proc. 731 (1979), Robert Kratovil Jan 1979

Book Review: In The Matter Of Color: Race & The American Legal Process-The Colonial Period. By Leon Higgenbotham, Jr. , 12 J. Marshall J. Prac. & Proc. 731 (1979), Robert Kratovil

The John Marshall Law Review

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The Desegregation Dilemma: A Vote For Voluntarism, Frank Goodman Jan 1979

The Desegregation Dilemma: A Vote For Voluntarism, Frank Goodman

Faculty Scholarship at Penn Law

No abstract provided.