Open Access. Powered by Scholars. Published by Universities.®

Law and Race Commons

Open Access. Powered by Scholars. Published by Universities.®

Articles 1 - 14 of 14

Full-Text Articles in Law and Race

Chief Justice Earl Warren, Otis H. King Apr 1981

Chief Justice Earl Warren, Otis H. King

North Carolina Central Law Review

No abstract provided.


Justice John M. Harlan, Drew S. Days Iii Apr 1981

Justice John M. Harlan, Drew S. Days Iii

North Carolina Central Law Review

No abstract provided.


Justice Byron R. White, Charles E. Daye Apr 1981

Justice Byron R. White, Charles E. Daye

North Carolina Central Law Review

No abstract provided.


Justice William O. Douglas, Wiley A. Branton Apr 1981

Justice William O. Douglas, Wiley A. Branton

North Carolina Central Law Review

No abstract provided.


Justice William Brennan, John Doar Apr 1981

Justice William Brennan, John Doar

North Carolina Central Law Review

No abstract provided.


Justice Potter Stewart, Vincent L. Broderick Apr 1981

Justice Potter Stewart, Vincent L. Broderick

North Carolina Central Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Nature Of The Constitutional Process: Equal Protection And The Burger Court, Albert Broderick Apr 1981

The Nature Of The Constitutional Process: Equal Protection And The Burger Court, Albert Broderick

North Carolina Central Law Review

No abstract provided.


To Set The Law In Motion: The Freedmen's Bureau And The Legal Rights Of Blacks, 1865-1868, Michigan Law Review Mar 1981

To Set The Law In Motion: The Freedmen's Bureau And The Legal Rights Of Blacks, 1865-1868, Michigan Law Review

Michigan Law Review

A Review of To Set the Law in Motion: The Freedmen's Bureau and the Legal Rights of Blacks, 1865-1868 by Donald G. Nieman


Britain, Blacks, And Busing, Derrick Bell Mar 1981

Britain, Blacks, And Busing, Derrick Bell

Michigan Law Review

A Review of Doing Good By Doing Little: Race and Schooling in Britain by David L. Kirp


The Supreme Court: A Citadel For White Supremacy, Sidney Willhelm Mar 1981

The Supreme Court: A Citadel For White Supremacy, Sidney Willhelm

Michigan Law Review

A Review of Race, Racism and American Law by Derrick A. Bell, Jr.


Apartheid In America: A Historical And Legal Analysis Of Contemporary Racial Segregation In The United States, Michigan Law Review Mar 1981

Apartheid In America: A Historical And Legal Analysis Of Contemporary Racial Segregation In The United States, Michigan Law Review

Michigan Law Review

A Review of Apartheid in America: A Historical and Legal Analysis of Contemporary Racial Segregation in the United States by James A. Kushner


A True Deliverance: The Joan Little Case, Michigan Law Review Mar 1981

A True Deliverance: The Joan Little Case, Michigan Law Review

Michigan Law Review

A Review of A True Deliverance: The Joan Little Case by Fred Harwell


Impermissible Reverse Discrimination V. Allowable Affirmative Action: The Supreme Court Upholds Racial Classifications, 14 J. Marshall L. Rev. 491 (1981), Margery Sabian Jan 1981

Impermissible Reverse Discrimination V. Allowable Affirmative Action: The Supreme Court Upholds Racial Classifications, 14 J. Marshall L. Rev. 491 (1981), Margery Sabian

The John Marshall Law Review

No abstract provided.


Race, Class, And The Contradictions Of Affirmative Action, Henry Mcgee, Alan Freeman, Derrick A. Bell Jan 1981

Race, Class, And The Contradictions Of Affirmative Action, Henry Mcgee, Alan Freeman, Derrick A. Bell

Faculty Scholarship

A panel discussion on "Race, Class, and the Contradictions of Affirmative Action" was held as a part of the Third Annual Conference on Critical Legal Studies on November 10, 1979. Professor Alan Freeman, of the University of Minnesota Law School, convened the panel by setting forth the questions to be discussed and critiquing existing theories that have been offered to address the topic. The questions set forth for the panel was whether racism, although a historically separate and identifiable form of oppression, can be approached and remedied in any substantial way without simultaneously confronting the class structure in general. Can ...