The Resource Civil rights, Karen Balkin, book editor

Civil rights, Karen Balkin, book editor

Label
Civil rights
Title
Civil rights
Statement of responsibility
Karen Balkin, book editor
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
323.173
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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1949-
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Balkin, Karen
Series statement
Current controversies
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  • Minorities
  • Affirmative action programs
  • Terrorism
  • National security
Label
Civil rights, Karen Balkin, book editor
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
Racial profiling violates African Americans' and Hispanics' civil rights -- Hate crimes against Arab Americans are a serious problem -- Racial discrimination in mortgage lending is a serious problem -- Prohibiting same-sex marriage violates gays' and lesbians' civil rights -- The problem of racial profiling is exaggerated -- The incidence of hate crimes directed against Arab Americans is exaggerated -- Racial discrimination is uncommon in mortgage lending -- Prohibiting same-sex marriage is not a violation of civil rights -- Current civil rights laws do not adequately protect gays and lesbians -- Housing discrimination persists despite fair housing laws -- Reparations for African American slavery are necessary for the advancement of civil rights -- Disabled workers need better protection from employment discrimination -- Additional civil rights protection for gays and lesbians would be harmful -- Increasing the penalties for housing discrimination will harm society -- The fight for African American slavery reparations impedes the advancement of civil rights -- Affirmative action : an overview -- Affirmative action reduces discrimination -- Affirmative actions encourages educational diversity -- Affirmative action is necessary to build the black middle class -- Affirmative action helps make American business more competitive -- Affirmative action is no longer necessary -- Encourage educational diversity is not a legitimate justification for affirmative action -- Affirmative action is not necessary to help build the black middle class -- Affirmative action ignores individual merit -- Antiterrorist policies jeopardize immigrants' civil rights -- Using military tribunals to try suspected terrorists is not justified -- Antiterrorist efforts unfairly target Arab Americans -- Antiterrorist policies do not jeopardize immigrants' civil rights -- Using military tribunals to try suspected terrorists is justified -- Antiterrorism efforts targeting Arab Americans are justified
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
187 p.
Isbn
9780737711783
Lccn
2003060822
Stock number
1229405
System control number
  • DYNIX__324792
  • (OCoLC)52821306
Label
Civil rights, Karen Balkin, book editor
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
Racial profiling violates African Americans' and Hispanics' civil rights -- Hate crimes against Arab Americans are a serious problem -- Racial discrimination in mortgage lending is a serious problem -- Prohibiting same-sex marriage violates gays' and lesbians' civil rights -- The problem of racial profiling is exaggerated -- The incidence of hate crimes directed against Arab Americans is exaggerated -- Racial discrimination is uncommon in mortgage lending -- Prohibiting same-sex marriage is not a violation of civil rights -- Current civil rights laws do not adequately protect gays and lesbians -- Housing discrimination persists despite fair housing laws -- Reparations for African American slavery are necessary for the advancement of civil rights -- Disabled workers need better protection from employment discrimination -- Additional civil rights protection for gays and lesbians would be harmful -- Increasing the penalties for housing discrimination will harm society -- The fight for African American slavery reparations impedes the advancement of civil rights -- Affirmative action : an overview -- Affirmative action reduces discrimination -- Affirmative actions encourages educational diversity -- Affirmative action is necessary to build the black middle class -- Affirmative action helps make American business more competitive -- Affirmative action is no longer necessary -- Encourage educational diversity is not a legitimate justification for affirmative action -- Affirmative action is not necessary to help build the black middle class -- Affirmative action ignores individual merit -- Antiterrorist policies jeopardize immigrants' civil rights -- Using military tribunals to try suspected terrorists is not justified -- Antiterrorist efforts unfairly target Arab Americans -- Antiterrorist policies do not jeopardize immigrants' civil rights -- Using military tribunals to try suspected terrorists is justified -- Antiterrorism efforts targeting Arab Americans are justified
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
187 p.
Isbn
9780737711783
Lccn
2003060822
Stock number
1229405
System control number
  • DYNIX__324792
  • (OCoLC)52821306

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