The 14th Amendment, added in 1868, guaranteed equal protection. At that moment our nation began an odyssey into uncharted legal and philosophical waters which continues to confront the Supreme Court. The issue of equal protection has sparked some of the Court's most important, memorable, volatile, and fascinating cases. In this volume, students examine how the Court has responded to the profoundly complicated subjects of race and racial integration, affirmative action, race and education, and sex discrimination.
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Darien A. McWhirter is an attorney specializing in employment and constitutional law. He received a PhD in political science from Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut and a JD from the University of Texas Law School, Austin. He was a staff attorney with the Texas Association of School Boards and general counsel at the National Center for Employee Ownership. Dr. McWhirter is the author of Your Rights at Work and Sharing Ownership, and the coauthor of Privacy in the Workplace and Privacy as a Constitutional Right as well as the Exploring the Constitution Series, published by Oryx Press. He is a member of the California and Texas Bar Associations.Review:
"Dr. McWhirter explains how laws evolved . . . with Supreme Court case decisions inviting students to analyze decisions and their results." - The Bookwatch
"Well-written, concise and comprehensive. . . . [S]hould be welcomed with gratitude by everyone interested in drafting a better understanding of the role of judicial review in the American political system." - Law Books in Review
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Book Description Greenwood, 1994. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110897748557
Book Description Greenwood, 1994. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0897748557