From Jim Crow to civil rights: the Supreme Court and the struggle for racial equality

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A monumental investigation of the Supreme Court's rulings on race, From Jim Crow To Civil Rights spells out in compelling detail the political and social context within which the Supreme Court Justices operate and the consequences of their decisions for American race relations. In a highly provocative interpretation of the decision's connection to the civil rights movement, Klarman argues thatBrown was more important for mobilizing southern white opposition to racial change than for encouraging direct-action protest.Brown unquestioningly had a significant impact--it brought race issues to public attention and it mobilized supporters of the ruling. It also, however, energized the opposition. In this authoritative account of constitutional law concerning race, Michael Klarman details, in the richest and most thorough discussion to date, how and whether Supreme Court decisions do, in fact, matter.
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title_display From Jim Crow to civil rights : the Supreme Court and the struggle for racial equality
title_full From Jim Crow to civil rights : the Supreme Court and the struggle for racial equality / Michael J. Klarman
title_short From Jim Crow to civil rights :
title_sub the Supreme Court and the struggle for racial equality