Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note
Pt. I. The Beginnings of Discrimination and the First Chinese Responses. 1. California's First Anti-Chinese Laws. 2. Test Cases in the 1870s Pt. II. The Decade of the 1880s: Seeking the Equal Protection of the Laws. 3. The California Constitutional Contention and Its Aftermath. 4. The Laundry Litigation of the 1880s. 5. The Struggle for Access to the Schools Pt. III. The Decade of the 1880s: Court Contests with the Federal Government. 6. Federal Exclusion Act Litigation: The First Phase. 7. Seeking Federal Protection against Mob Violence: The Unusual Case of Baldwin v. Franks. 8. Federal Exclusion Act Litigation: The Second Phase Pt. IV. Century's End: Last Episodes of Sinophobia. 9. Challenging Residential Segregation: The Case of in re Lee Sing. 10. Medicine, Race, and the Law: The Bubonic Plague Outbreak of 1900.
KF4757.5.C47 M37 1994
Berkeley, Calif. : University of California Press,