The Civil Rights Act: Background, Statutes and Primer
Nova Publishers, 2006 - 81 halaman
The Civil Rights Act of 1964 is perhaps the most prominent civil rights legislation enacted in modern times. The statute, which served as a model for subsequent anti-discrimination laws, greatly expanded civil rights protections in a wide variety of settings. Since Lyndon Johnson singed the act of 1964 many more civil rights statutes have been enacted and many others have been amended. The knowledge that can be gained from the articles in this book will be helpful in understanding the laws themselves, which have been included in their entirety.
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