Constitutional inequality: the political fortunes of the Equal Rights Amendment

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Brookings Institution, Jul 1, 1985 - Law - 113 pages
Traces the history of the Equal Rights Amendment, explains why it failed to pass, and assesses its chances for future passage

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I really liked this book because it enlightens the reader about what exactly the Equal Rights Amendment is, as well as why people were for or against the amendment. It also touches on why the amendment failed time and time again. Read full review

Constitutional inequality: the political fortunes of the Equal Rights Amendment

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In this brief, balanced account, Steiner surveys the history of the equal rights movement, beginning with the 1848 Seneca Falls Convention and early 20th-century developments. But he focuses primarily ... Read full review

Contents

The Rejection of Constitutional Equality
1
Postmortems
26
Unanticipated Complications
52
Copyright

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