Regulating discrimination: the paradox of a weak state Washington outlaws discrimination with a broad brush The end of Jim Crow: the personnel arsenal put to new purposes Washington means business: personnel experts fashion a system of compliance Fighting bias with bureaucracy The Reagan revolution and the rise of diversity management The feminization of HR and work-family programs Sexual harassment as employment discrimination How personnel defined equal opportunity.
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