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We the People, Volume 3: The Civil Rights Revolution

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ISBN 9780674983946

Publication Date: 07/09/2018

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432 pages

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We the People

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  • Acknowledgments
  • Introduction: Confronting the Twentieth Century
  • I. Defining the Canon
    • 1. Are We a Nation?
    • 2. The Living Constitution
    • 3. The Assassin’s Bullet
    • 4. The New Deal Transformed
    • 5. The Turning Point
    • 6. Erasure by Judiciary?
  • II. Landmarks of Reconstruction
    • 7. Spheres of Humiliation
    • 8. Spheres of Calculation
    • 9. Technocracy in the Workplace
    • 10. The Breakthrough of 1968
  • III. Dilemmas of Judicial Leadership
    • 11. Brown’s Fate
    • 12. The Switch in Time
    • 13. Spheres of Intimacy
    • 14. Betrayal?
  • Notes
  • Index

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