Immigration law & policy in the U.S. UNC Press law publications.
This book compares the failed First Reconstruction (after the Civil War) to the relatively successful Second Reconstruction, which encompasses the Civil Rights movement after World War II.
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 517-553) and index.
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The Voting Rights Act and the two Reconstructions Real racial gerrymandering : lessons from L.A. Changing the rules to preserve white supremacy in Memphis Controlling the "bloc vote" in Georgia A century of electoral discrimination in North Carolina Traditional districting principles, Texas-style Intent and effect in law and history Shaw and postmodern equal protection History and equality.
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