Civil Rights and Constitutional Litigation: Cases and Materials
The materials in this text are presented in two parts: constitutional litigation (Part One), and civil rights (Part Two). Teachers can use this book to create courses in constitutional litigation; civil rights policy; statutory enforcement of civil rights; or the intersection of constitutional litigation and legislative policy on civil rights. Substantially revised with all-new Notes, especially in the constitutional litigation section. Part Two includes all-new material on sexual harassment under both Titles IX and VII. The materials on disability discrimination have been expanded substantially. There is new emphasis on the constitutional power of Congress to enact civil rights laws.
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Table of Cases
PART ONE THE ORIGINAL CIVIL RIGHTS STATUTES
B Elements of a Plaintiffs 1983 ClaimDeprivations of Consti
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