3 edition of In search of equality found in the catalog.
In search of equality
Charles J. McClain
|Statement||by Charles J. McClain.|
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Discussing a wide range of court cases and gleaning their larger constitutional significance, In Search of Equality brings to light an important chapter of American cultural and ethnic history. It should attract attention from American and legal historians, ethnic studies scholars, and students of California by: Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books.
My library. A Search for Equality: The National Urban League, – [Moore, Jesse T.] on *FREE* In search of equality book on qualifying offers. A Search for Equality: The National Urban League, –Cited by: Charles McClain's illuminating new study probes Chinese efforts to battle manifold discrimination—in housing, employment, and education—in nineteenth-century America.
Challenging the stereotypical image of a passive, insular group, McClain reveals a politically savvy population capable of mobilizing to fight mistreatment. He draws on English- and.
About this Item: on and Company, New York, Hardcover. Condition: Collectible- very good. No Jacket. Mostly tight and sound From title page to Preface the spine is cracked at front hinge Rest of book tight Pages somewhat yellowed No inside markings or underlinings cover scuffs corner bumps and top and bottom of spine worn please see our photo as many book.
Charles McClain's illuminating new study probes Chinese efforts to battle manifold discrimination--in housing, employment, and education--in nineteenth-century America. Challenging the stereotypical image of a passive, insular group, McClain reveals a politically savvy population capable of mobilizing to fight mistreatment.
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