Diversity Judgments

Diversity Judgments

Democratizing Judicial Legitimacy

Cambridge University Press

11/2021

400

Mole

Inglês

9781108440066

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Preface; Acknowledgments; Introduction: the framework; Part I. Asians Americans: 1. Matal v. Tam (trademarking racial slurs); 2. Lau v. Nichols (bilingual education); Part II. African Americans: 3. Brown v. Board of Education (single race schools); 4. Griggs v. Duke Power (employment discrimination); 5. District of Columbia v. Heller (the right to keep and bear arms); Part III. Women: 6. Roe v. Wade (reproductive rights); 7. United States v. Virginia (single sex colleges); 8. United States v. Morrison (violence against women); 9. Kulko v. Superior Court (child custody or support); Part IV. Latinx: 10. Hernandez v. Texas (equal protection); 11. San Antonio Indep. Sch. Dist. v. Rodriguez (school financing); 12. Plyler v. Doe (educating undocumented minors); Part V. Native Americans: 13. Adoptive couple v. baby girl (Indian adoption); Part VI. LGBTQ: 14. Obergefell v. Hodges (single-sex marriages); 15. Bostock v. Clayton County (employment discrimination); Part VII. Intersectionality: 16. EEOC v. Catastrophe Mgt. Solutions Co. (Dreadlocks); 17. Kelo v. City of New London (eminent domain); Part VIII. Outsiders v. Outsiders: 18. SFFA v. Harvard (affirmative action); Part IX. White males: 19. McDonald v. Santa Fe Trail Trans. Co. (employment discrimination); 20. City of Atlanta v. Rolfe (law enforcement); Part X. Situational Outsiders: 21. Gideon v. Wainwright (right to counsel); 22. Martin v. City of Boise (the homeless); 23. Citizens United v. FEC (campaign financing); 24. Trump v. Hawaii (Middle East migrants); Index.
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