The Civil Rights Act at Fifty: Past, Present, Future
David Freeman Engstrom
Stanford Law School
66 Stanford Law Review 1195 (2014)
Stanford Public Law Working Paper No. 2449945
This brief essay introduces the Stanford Law Review issue accompanying the symposium, “The Civil Rights Act at Fifty,” convened at Stanford Law School on January 24-25, 2014. It provides a digestible overview of each of the five written contributions to the symposium – including Sam Bagenstos and Richard Epstein on Title II, Olatunde Johnson on Title VI, and Mary Anne Case and Richard Ford on Title VII – and then offers some thoughts connecting them.
Number of Pages in PDF File: 10
Keywords: Civil Rights Act of 1964, antidiscrimination law, public accommodations, employment discrimination, Employment Non-Discrimination ActAccepted Paper Series
Date posted: June 14, 2014
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