Sexual Harassment in America: A Documentary History

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Copyright Acknowledgments
The author and publisher gratefully acknowledge permission to reprint materials from the following sources:
DOCUMENT 1: Susan Brownmiller and Dolores Alexander, "How We Got Here: From Carmita Wood to Anita Hill," Ms. ( January-February 1992), © Susan Brownmiller and Dolores Alexander, reprinted by permission of the authors.
DOCUMENT 7: Ellen Frankel Paul, "Sexual Harassment as Sex Discrimination: A Defective Paradigm," Yale Law and Policy Review 8 ( 1990), reprinted courtesy of Yale Law and Policy Review.
DOCUMENT 8: Katherine M. Franke, "What's Wrong with Sexual Harassment?" Stanford Law Review 49 ( 1997) © 1997 by the board of Trustees of the Leland Stanford Junior University.
DOCUMENT 12: Reprinted by permission of Harvard Business Review. Excerpt from "Sexual Harassment . . . Some See It . . . Some Won't" by Eliza G. C. Collins and Timothy B. Blodgett , March/April 1981. Copyright © 1981 by the President and Fellows of Harvard College; all rights reserved.
DOCUMENT 33: Harriet Chiang, "Judge Halves $7.1 Million Award in Harassment Case But Bay Area Woman Will Still Get Record Sum," San Francisco Chronicle, November 29, 1994, © The San Francisco Chronicle. Reprinted with Permission.
DOCUMENT 34: Ellen E. Schultz and Junda Woo, "The Bedroom Ploy: Plaintiffs' Sex Lives Are Being Laid Bare in Harassment Cases," Wall Street Journal, September 19, 1994. Reprinted by permission of the Wall Street Journal, © 1994 Dow Jones & Company, Inc. All Rights Reserved Worldwide.
DOCUMENT 43: David Benjamin Oppenheimer, "Workplace Harassment and the First Amendment: A Reply to Professor Volokh," © 1996 by Berkeley Journal of Employment and Labor Law. Reprinted from Berkeley Journal of Employment and Labor Law 17, no. 2 ( 1996): 321-22, 325-26, by permission. Reprinted courtesy of David Benjamin Oppenheimer.
DOCUMENT 47: Reprinted by permission of Rosemary L. Bray, "Taking Sides Against Ourselves," New York Times Magazine, November 17, 1991. Copyright 1991. All rights reserved.
DOCUMENT 52: Grace M. Kang, "Laws Covering Sex Harassment and Wrongful Dismissal Collide," Wall Street Journal, September 24, 1992. Reprinted by permission of the Wall Street Journal, © 1992 Dow Jones & Company, Inc. All Rights Reserved Worldwide.
DOCUMENT 61: LCDR J. Richard Chema, "Arresting 'Tailhook': The Prosecution of Sexual Harassment in the Military," Military Law Review 140 (Spring 1993). Excerpts from this article are reprinted from the Military Law Review, Department of the Army Pamphlet 27- 100-140, at 62-64 (Spring 1993). The opinions and conclusions expressed herein are those of the individual author, and do not necessarily represent the views of The Judge Advocate General's School, United States Army, or any other governmental agency.
DOCUMENT 64: Dana Priest and Jackie Spinner, "Issue of Race Emerges in Aberdeen Courtroom; Defense Says Army Targets Black Instructors," The Washington Post, May 6, 1997. © 1997, The Washington Post. Reprinted with permission.
DOCUMENT 65: Eric Schmitt, "Top Enlisted Man in the Army Stands Accused of Sex Assault," New York Times, February 4, 1997. Copyright © 1997 by The New York Times Co. Reprinted by Permission.
DOCUMENT 66: Richard Cohen, "Presumed Innocent; But Not for Long," The Washington Post, February 13, 1997. © 1997, The Washington Post. Reprinted with permission.
DOCUMENT 72: Nan Stein, Nancy L. Marshall, and Linda R. Tropp, Secrets in Public: SexualHarassment in Our Schools

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Table of contents

  • Advisory Board ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Copyright Acknowledgments v
  • Contents ix
  • Series Foreword xix
  • Introduction xxi
  • Acknowledgments xxv
  • Part I - Defining Sexual Harassment 1
  • PART I: FOR FURTHER READING 16
  • Part II - Sexual Harassment in Employment 19
  • PART II: FOR FURTHER READING 131
  • Part III - Sexual Harassment in the Military 133
  • PART III: FOR FURTHER READING 190
  • Part IV - Sexual Harassment in Education 191
  • PART IV: FOR FURTHER READING 248
  • Part V - New Frontiers in Sexual Harassment Law 249
  • PART V: FOR FURTHER READING 260
  • Part VI - The Supreme Court's Decisions from 1998 263
  • Index 293
  • About the Author 299
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