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Enforcing Equality

Congress, the Constitution, and the Protection of Individual Rights

by Rebecca Zietlow

  • 52 Want to read
  • 10 Currently reading

Published by NYU Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Constitutional & administrative law,
  • Sociology - General,
  • Law,
  • Legal Reference / Law Profession,
  • Political Freedom & Security - Civil Rights,
  • USA,
  • United States,
  • Constitutional,
  • Equality before the law,
  • Civil Rights

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages288
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8046189M
    ISBN 100814797075
    ISBN 109780814797075

      New Book Spotlight: Enforcing the Equal Protection Clause | Library News From the back cover: For over a century, Congress’s power to enforce the Fourteenth Amendment’s guarantee of “the equal protection of the laws” has presented judges and scholars with a puzzle. One of the Commission's roles as a regulator is to use our enforcement powers. The legal team in Scotland look at cases that help to prevent equality and human rights abuses, that proactively tackle discrimination, and those which allow us to respond to new and emerging issues.

    Glidden proposes that Congress must recover for itself or be restored to its proper role as the designated federal enforcement agency for the fourteenth ss and the Fourteenth Amendment: Enforcing Liberty and Equality in the States (Paperback). Expanding the Pathways to Gender Equality in the Legal Profession and rights should be emblematic of this idea. Indeed, as lawyers we should self-regulate to ensure that the profession is a model for others. findings, like the one disclosed in the national association of Women lawyers’ Report of the Eighth Annual National Survey on the.

    The Populist Vision, ) recounts, the Civil War brought newfound demands for equality in unexpected ways. At the beginning of the narrative, the author chronicles how logisticians responsible for burying the Union dead at Gettysburg struggled to devise a way to represent each contributing state equally, “a challenge given that more bodies Author: Charles Postel. Milton Friedman Essay on Equality and Liberty. by Douglas Port This essay is an excerpt of the new Hoover Press book That percentage can be regarded as an upper estimate of the fraction of people who would voluntarily choose a system enforcing equality of outcome in preference to a system characterized by inequality.


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Zietlow assesses Congress's historical role in interpreting the Constitution and protecting the individual rights of citizens, provocatively challenging conventional wisdom that courts, not legislatures, are best suited for this role.

Specifically focusing on what she calls "rights of belonging"—a set of positive entitlements that are necessary to ensure. In Enforcing Equality, Rebecca E. Zietlow assesses Congress's historical role in interpreting the Constitution and protecting the individual rights of citizens, provocatively challenging conventional wisdom that courts, not legislatures, are best suited for this role.

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Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more. Enforcing Equality Zietlow, Rebecca Published by NYU Press Zietlow, Rebecca. Enforcing Equality: Congress, the Constitution, and the Protection of Individual by: 1. Editorial Reviews.

In Congress and the Fourteenth Amendment: Enforcing Liberty and Equality in the States, William Glidden provides a compelling and timely history of the Fourteenth Amendment, focusing particularly on Section One’s Privileges and Immunities Clause, Section Five’s Enforcement Powers, and the Civil Rights Acts of the s passed in their :   Rebecca E.

Zietlow, Enforcing Equality: Congress, the Constitution, and the Protection of Individual Rights (New York University Press, ) is reviewed on H-Law by Peter Charles Hoffer, Department of History, University of writes, in part: The title of Rebecca E.

Zietlow's sweeping and intelligent book is a little misleading. This is not a book about Congress's workings or. Children's books are 'sexist and enforce gender inequality' Kids' books are almost twice as likely to feature a male hero than a female heroine and could be reinforcing gender inequality, new.

Her book, Enforcing Equality: Congress, the Constitution and the Protection of Individual Rights, studies the history of congressional protection of rights, and the implications of that history for constitutional theory.

Her work has been published in the Columbia Law Review, Boston University Law Review, Ohio State Law Journal, Florida Law. In Enforcing Equality, Rebecca E. Zietlow assesses Congress's historical role in interpreting the Constitution and protecting the individual rights of citizens, provocatively challenging conventional wisdom that courts, not legislatures, are best suited for this role.

Specifically focusing on what she calls “rights of belonging”—a set of positive entitlements that are necessary to ensure Brand: NYU Press. In Enforcing Equality, Rebecca E. Zietlow assesses Congress's historical role in interpreting the Constitution and protecting the individual rights of citizens, provocatively challenging conventional wisdom that courts, not legislatures, are best suited for this role.

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