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1986

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Mr. Justice And Mrs. Black: The Memoirs Of Hugo L. Black And Elizabeth Black, Daniel J. Meador Nov 1986

Mr. Justice And Mrs. Black: The Memoirs Of Hugo L. Black And Elizabeth Black, Daniel J. Meador

Vanderbilt Law Review

In addition to foreshadowing Supreme Court decisions that followed his death, some of Justice Black's dissents noted in this book, though not yet adopted by a Supreme Court majority, have played a role in lower court decisions. His dissent in Tinker v. Des Moines Community School District expressed the idea that the disruptive activities of high school students are not protected by the first amendment. This view subsequently was reflected in a Ninth Circuit decision, and his Tinker opinion has been favorably cited in other lower court opinions." Justice Black's comments during oral argument in Swann v. Board ...


Beyond Busing: Inside The Challenge To Urban Segregation, Lawrence T. Gresser Apr 1986

Beyond Busing: Inside The Challenge To Urban Segregation, Lawrence T. Gresser

Michigan Law Review

A Review of Beyond Busing: Inside the Challenge to Urban Segregation by Paul R. Dimond


Attacking The Judicial Protection Of Minority Rights: The History Ploy, John E. Nowak Apr 1986

Attacking The Judicial Protection Of Minority Rights: The History Ploy, John E. Nowak

Michigan Law Review

A Review of Disabling America: The "Rights Industry" in Our Time by Richard E. Morgan


The New American Dilemma: Liberal Democracy And School Desegregation, Mary Jo Newborn Apr 1986

The New American Dilemma: Liberal Democracy And School Desegregation, Mary Jo Newborn

Michigan Law Review

A Review of The New American Dilemma: Liberal Democracy and School Desegregation by Jennifer L. Hochschild


Bakke & The Politics Of Equality, Paul V. Timmins Apr 1986

Bakke & The Politics Of Equality, Paul V. Timmins

Michigan Law Review

A Review of Bakke & the Politics of Equality by Timothy J. O'Neill


The Forgotten Era, David S. Bogen Jan 1986

The Forgotten Era, David S. Bogen

Faculty Scholarship

No abstract provided.


Constitutional Law-Fourth Amendment-Use Of Deadly Force To Seize Fleeing Felony Suspects (Tennessee V. Garner), Georgia Mcmillen Jan 1986

Constitutional Law-Fourth Amendment-Use Of Deadly Force To Seize Fleeing Felony Suspects (Tennessee V. Garner), Georgia Mcmillen

NYLS Journal of Human Rights

No abstract provided.


Freedom Of Speech As Therapy, Pierre Schlag Jan 1986

Freedom Of Speech As Therapy, Pierre Schlag

Articles

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Symbol And Substance In The Minority Professoriat's Future, Henry Mcgee Jan 1986

Symbol And Substance In The Minority Professoriat's Future, Henry Mcgee

Faculty Scholarship

Professor McGee addresses the issues faced by minority professors. In an environment that is mostly white, the minority professor is confronted with problems simply by being present on campus. The minority professor also faces significant dilemmas with respect to his/her own community. As increasing numbers of minorities fall farther below the national socio-economic and social indicators, and racial isolation deepens and becomes more pervasive, the minority law professor becomes estranged from his/her own community.


In What Vision Of The Constitution Must The Law Be Color-Blind, 20 J. Marshall L. Rev. 201 (1986), Laurence H. Tribe Jan 1986

In What Vision Of The Constitution Must The Law Be Color-Blind, 20 J. Marshall L. Rev. 201 (1986), Laurence H. Tribe

UIC John Marshall Law Review

No abstract provided.