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Chapter 16: Equality and Civil Rights

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    Chapter 16 Outline

    Two Conceptions of Equality

    The Civil War Amendments
         Congress And The Supreme Court: Lawmaking Versus Law Interpreting
         The Roots of Racial Segregation

    The Dismantling of School Segregation
         Pressure For Equality . . . And Pressure For Desegregation

    The Civil Rights Movement
         Civil Disobedience
         The Civil Rights Act of 1964
         The Continuing Struggle Over Civil Rights
         Racial Violence And Black Nationalism

    Civil Rights For Other Minorities
         Native Americans
         Immigrant Groups
         Looking To The Future White Or Black? Try Moreno, Trigue?o, Or Indio
         Disabled Americans
         Homosexual Americans

    Gender And Equal Rights: The Women's Movement
         Protectionism
         Political Equality For Women
         Prohibiting Sex-Based Discrimination
         Stereotypes Under Scrutiny
         The Equal Rights Amendment

    Affirmative Action: Equal Opportunity Or Equal Outcome?
         Reverse Discrimination
         Compared With What? How India Struggles With Affirmative Action
         The Politics of Affirmative Action



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