|Tables and Figuresix|
|Part I. THE NATURE OF CIVIL RIGHTS:
PRESIDENTIAL INFLUENCE AND
|2. Civil Rights in American History29|
|Part II. PRESIDENTIAL POLICY STATEMENTS
|3. Going Public Through Policy Statements57|
|4. Presidents' Legislative and Budget Actions83|
|5. Presidents' Administrative and Judicial Actions114|
|Part III. REACTIONS TO PRESIDENTIAL STATEMENTS
|6. Responses by Congress and Agencies149|
|7. Responses by Courts and Nongovernmental Actors178|
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Book title: American Civil Rights Policy from Truman to Clinton:The Role of Presidential Leadership.
Contributors: Steven A. Shull - Author.
Publisher: M. E. Sharpe.
Place of publication: Armonk, NY.
Publication year: 2000.
Page number: vii.
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