Dombrowski, 86 Yale Law Journal 1103 (1977)
In the early 1960s the civil rights movement challenged the established legal order in dramatic and profound ways. The movement attacked laws and practices that denied blacks equality, tested our commitment to freedom of speech, and questioned the very structures- such as federalism-that determined who was to hear grievances of civil rights claimants.
Date of Authorship for this Version
Fiss, Owen M., "Dombrowski" (1977). Faculty Scholarship Series. Paper 1222.