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From the Publisher"...When Is Separate Unequal? A Disability Perspective provides a framework for the courts and society to consider what programs or policies are most likely to lead to substantive equality for people with disabilities....The book measures the attainment of equality on the basis of substantive gains..."
"In this important contribution to disability law and equality theory, Professor Ruth Colker challenges the current emphasis on formal equality and integration in the field of disability discrimination... Analytically rigorous and refreshingly pragmatic, When Is Separate Unequal? provides not only a thoughtful response to current disability discrimination theory, but also concrete guidance for policymakers, courts, and disability advocates who wish to put Professor Colker’s anti-subordination framework into practice."
—Harvard Law Review