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Posted February 1, 2001
I used this book in a course I taught called 'Race Discrimination and the Law' as a supplement to a constitutional law hornbook. The book gave good clear examples of how ones race or gender granted certain priviledges under the law. Students often know the cases and the situations that made such behavior illegal but this text shows them the cases and situtations where distinctions were not only legal but commonplace. For my course, I would have prefered that the text was organized chronologically but it is easy to follow as it is.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.