The New Frontiers of Civil Rights Litigation
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Civil rights jurisprudence is often accused of being stagnant, at best, and quickly regressing, at worst. Old gains have been undercut while new issues face an uphill battle. What is more, civil rights law is now viewed as affecting only specific groups rather than the entire country. This book provides an opportunity to fully grasp the continued relevance of civil rights doctrines to a wide segment of the American population, as well as the importance of applying these doctrines to contemporary issues.
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