Colorblind Injustice

Colorblind Injustice

Challenging recent trends both in historical scholarship and in Supreme Court decisions on civil rights, J. Morgan Kousser criticizes the Court's "postmodern equal protection" and demonstrates that legislative and judicial history still matter for public policy.

Offering an original interpretation of the failure of the First Reconstruction (after the Civil War) by comparing it with the relative success of the Second (after World War II), Kousser argues that institutions… (more)

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Publisher: The University of North Carolina Press (November 09, 2000)

Page count: 608 pages

Language: English


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