A century later the civil rights and feminist revolutions rekindled debates over whether and how race sex analogies should be used reasoning from race is a brilliant scholarly book covering these debates which are so important to understand as we tackle the unfinished business of sex equality in america. Reasoning from race sets as its ambition to trace the history of how sex equality federal statutes and constitutional jurisprudence came to rely on and in turn often be limited by analogies to race it is a history of ideas of the relationship between the movement for civil rights and womens rights from 1960 through the 1970s and the individuals who bridged those two movements. Another plan involved making comparisons with applications of the civil rights act of 1964 which prohibited both racial and sex discrimination the courts had disallowed policies that involved distinctions based on race unless such distinctions were shown to be bona fide occupational qualifications bfoq there were very few of these. Get this from a library reasoning from race feminism law and the civil rights revolution serena mayeri informed in 1944 that she was not of the sex entitled to be admitted to harvard law school african american activist pauli murray confronted the injustice she called jane crow in the 1960s and
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