The Law of Affirmative Action: Twenty-Five Years of Supreme Court Decisions on Race and Remedies

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Index
Abbott Laboratories v. Gardner, 225n84
Abrams v. Johnson, 139
Lawyer and, 146
redistricting and, 182, 184, 185, 186
voting by individual justices on, 162
actual-victim limitation, 167, 175–176
Adarand Constructors v. Pena, 44, 53–60, 65, 66, 155, 164, 265n38
Abrams and, 140
actions on certiorari following, 60–84
burdens on whites and, 175
Bush and, 130, 132
doctrinal effect of, 176–179, 190
findings and, 171
Hopwood and, 68
justifications and, 168, 169
Lawyer and, 146
Miller and, 114
racial quotas and, 171
redistricting and, 183, 187
Shaw v. Hunt and, 122
standard of review and, 165–168, 176–179, 190, 285n226
stare decisis and, 283n211
stigmatization argument and, 173
voluntary affirmative action and, 175
voting by individual justices on, 162
affirmative action. See also racial affirmative action
as term, 4
types of, 5
Alabama Department of Public Safety. See United States v. Paradise
Allen v. Wright, 117–118
Bakke. See Regents of the University of California v. Bakke
Barry, Maryanne Trump (judge), 71
Blackmun, Harry A. (justice), 160
Bakke and, 16, 17
Croson and, 46–47
De Grandy and, 93
Firefighters v. Cleveland and, 36
Fullilove and, 19, 20
Holder and, 91–92
Johnson v. Transportation Agency and, 39
Metro Broadcasting and, 44, 47
Northeastern Florida and, 52
Paradise and, 28
Shaw v. Reno and, 109, 110
Sheet Metal Workers and, 24
Stotts and, 35, 36
trends in views of, 30, 42, 43, 270n66
United Jewish Organizations and, 14, 15
voting record, by case, 162, 163
Weber and, 32
Wygant and, 23
Bleckley County, Georgia. See Holder v. Hall
Bossier Parish. See Reno v. Bossier Parish School Board
Brennan, William J. (justice), 160
Bakke and, 16, 17, 19
Croson and, 46
DeFunis v. Odegaard and, 13
findings and, 170, 171
Firefighters v. Cleveland and, 36–37
Fullilove and, 19, 20
Johnson v. Transportation Agency and, 39–40
Metro Broadcasting and, 44, 47–48, 170, 171
Paradise and, 28
quotas and, 171–172
Sheet Metal Workers and, 24–26
standard of review and, 165, 206n51
Stotts and, 35

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Acknowledgments vii
  • 1: Affirmative Action 1
  • 2: The Early Cases 10
  • 3: The Majority Opinions 44
  • 4: The Voting Rights Cases 85
  • 5: The Law of Affirmative Action 156
  • Notes 193
  • Bibliography 295
  • Legal Authorities 299
  • Index 305
  • About the Author 317
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