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Ethnicity, Social Mobility, and Public Policy: Comparing the USA and UK

Glenn C. Loury, Tariq Modood, Steven M. Teles - Social Science - 2005
This major comparative study of the social mobility of ethnic minorities in the US and UK argues that social mobility must be understood as a complex and multi-dimensional ...
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Lawyers of the Right: Professionalizing the Conservative Coalition

Ann Southworth - Political Science - 2009 - 272 pages
A timely and multifaceted portrait of the lawyers who serve the diverse constituencies of the conservative movement, Lawyers of the Right explains what unites and divides ...
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The Transformation of American Politics: Activist Government and the Rise of ...

Paul Pierson, Theda Skocpol - Political Science - 2011 - 328 pages
The contemporary American political landscape has been marked by two paradoxical transformations: the emergence after 1960 of an increasingly activist state, and the rise of an ...
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Race Relations Litigation in an Age of Complexity

Stephen L. Wasby - Law - 1995 - 421 pages
The first book-length study of civil rights litigation from the late 1960s through the early 1980s, Race Relations Litigation in an Age of Complexity fills a void in the ...
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The Assault on Diversity: An Organized Challenge to Racial and Gender Justice

Lee Cokorinos - Political Science - 2003 - 203 pages
An essential handbook on the complex network of conservative foundations, think tanks, legal advocacy groups, and coordinating structures working to undermine the historic ...
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Reforming the Court: Term Limits for Supreme Court Justices

Roger C. Cramton, Paul D. Carrington - Law - 2006 - 505 pages
The Supreme Court today exercises power over the lives of citizens that, in important respects, exceeds that of other branches of the federal government. Life-tenured justices ...
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