Affirmative Action and Black Entrepreneurship

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NOTES

INTRODUCTION
1
City of Richmond v.J. A. Croson Co. 109 S. Ct. 706 (1989), pp.754-5.
2
H. Earl Fullilove, et al., Petitioners v. Philip M. Klutznick, Secretary of Commerce of the U.S., et.al. No 78-1007, 448 U.S. 448, 65 L. Ed. 2nd, 902.
3
George La Noue “Standards for the Second Generation of Croson-Inspired Disparity Studies,” The Urban Lawyer Vol. 26, No. 3, Summer 1994.
4
Prior Tire Enterprise Inc. v. Atlanta Public School District, Civil No. l:95-CV-825-Jec. See Dr. George La Noue’s expert testimony, 13 June 1996. Brown Reporting, Inc. Original File 06l31ano, p.79.
5
Adarand Constructors v. Peña and the U.S. Department of Transportation. 965F Supp 1556 (D. Colo. 1997).

1 OPPORTUNITY MATTERS
1
This order was amended in 1976 by Executive Order 11375.
2
Melford W. Walker, Jr. “The SBA 8(a) Programs, Minority Set-asides, and Minority Business Development,” Conference Paper, Georgia State University, April 1986.
3
Public Law 95-28 [91 Stat. 117].
4
Public Law 95-507 [92 Stat. 1757].
5
Clarence Stone, Regime Politics: Governing Atlanta, 1946-1988, (Lawrence, KS: University of Kansas Press, 1989), p-87.
6
Ibid.,p.31.
7
Ibid.,p.78.
8
Andrew F. Brimmer and Raymond Marshall, Public Policy and the Promotion of Minority Economic Development, A Report to the City of Atlanta and Fulton County, June 1990, Part II.
9
Testimony of Mayor Maynard Jackson presented to the Atlanta City Council, 5 April 1991.
10
Stone, op. cit. pp.87-8.
11
Thomas D. Boston, Five Year Review of the Equal Business Opportunity Program of the City of Atlanta Final Report, 2 September 1996, Atlanta, GA: Atlanta City Government, p.9.

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