• Corpus ID: 28759925

Affirmative Action, Justice, and Equalities: A Philosophical and Constitutional Appraisal

@inproceedings{Rosenfeld1985AffirmativeAJ,
  title={Affirmative Action, Justice, and Equalities: A Philosophical and Constitutional Appraisal},
  author={Michel Rosenfeld},
  year={1985}
}
8 Citations

Equality of Cultural Identity

I address claims of offence of feelings, religious freedom and language rights, which are all justified by the intrinsic interest individuals attach to their culture. I call them ‘claims from

SUBSCRIBE NOW AND RECEIVE CRISIS AND LEVIATHAN * FREE ! * Order today for more FREE book options

free book of your choice* such as the 25th Anniversary Edition of Crisis and Leviathan: Critical Episodes in the Growth of American Government, by Founding Editor Robert Higgs. This quarterly

Truth and Consequences

Ideas influencing teacher education and services to children with disabilities in schools have palpable, far-reaching consequences. Recently, several authors have taken special education to task for

Substantive Equality in Constitutional Jurisprudence: Meaning Within Meaning

  • L. Trakman
  • Economics
    Canadian Journal of Law & Jurisprudence
  • 1994
The city…lists a host of nonracial factors which would seem to face a member of any racial group attempting to establish a new business enterprise, such as deficiencies in working capital, inability

Rights: An Essay in Informal Political Theory

movement within critical legal studies that challenges the efficacy of appeals to rights by subordinate groups. In Part III, I examine and respond to minority and feminist critiques of the critique

References

SHOWING 1-6 OF 6 REFERENCES

For Women v. Hogan, 458 U.S. 718 (1982) (single-sex admissions policy of school of nursing violates equal protection clause)

    supra note 1, at 82-86. 333. Id. at 84. 334. Id

      supra note 1, at 163 (The most fundamental right is that of having one's interest considered equally. This right implies a eight to an equal opportunity to satisfy one's interest

        supra note 38, at 12; see supra text accompanying notes

          concurring in part and dissenting in part) (blacks are grossly underrepresented in universities and the professions because of systematic discrimination)

          • 1978

          23(B)(3) (class action can be maintained when, inter alia, questions of law or fact common to the members of the class predominate over those affecting only individual members)

          • P