Black and White Case How Affirmative Action Survived Its Greatest Legal Challenge
Edition: 2nd 2004
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Description: Now in paperback, the acclaimed history of the most important legal fight affirmative action has ever faced?the two historic University of Michigan cases that led to the Supreme Court's 2003 Grutter v. Bollinger ruling. "Seldom does a book of its genre match the quality of Gideon's Trumpet... Stohr comes very close in his fascinating, insightful A Black and White Case." - Choice The stories behind these pivotal lawsuits are told from multiple perspectives: the rejected white applicants who sued, the conservative legal group that saw the cases as the ticket to a color-blind Constitution, the university officials who called race-conscious admissions indispensable to their mission, and the judges who waged behind the scenes battles for control of the cases. Greg Storh followed the trials from Michigan to Washington, DC, with insider access to all the key parties. This is an important work on the law and on race relations in America.
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List price: $19.95
Copyright year: 2004
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated
Publication date: 4/1/2006
Size: 5.75" wide x 9.00" long x 1.25" tall
|A Gathering Storm (December 1995-October 1997)|
|A Tale of Two Professors|
|Getting Lawyered Up|
|Gratz, Grutter, and Hamacher|
|Trial Court (October 1997-April 2001)|
|Arguments Michigan Wouldn't Make|
|A Clash in Chambers|
|Accepted on the Spot|
|Bollinger's New Front|
|Preferences on Trial|
|On Appeal (April 2001-December 2002)|
|A Court Divided|
|Martin v Boggs|
|Looking to the High Court|
|The Supreme Court (December 2002-June 2003)|
|The Most Powerful Woman in America|
|Friends of the Court|
|"Race Unfortunately Still Matters"|
|Hail to the Victors|