The case of the laborer from Louisa : conscripts, convicts, and public roads, 1890s-1920s Necessity, charity, and a sabbath : citizens, courts, and Sunday closing laws, 1920s-1980s These new and strange beings : race, sex, and the legal profession, 1870s-1970s The siege against segregation : Black Virginians and the law of civil rights To sit or not to sit : scenes in Richmond from the Civil Rights Movement Racial identity and the crime of marriage : the view from twentieth-century Virginia Power and policy in an American state : federal courts, political rights, and policy outcomes From Harry Byrd to Douglas Wilder : gender, race, and judgeships.
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Includes bibliographical references (pages -254) and index.
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