The Courts’ Response to the Reagan Civil Rights Agenda, 42 Vanderbilt Law Review 1003 (1989)
The Reagan Administration came to Washington, D.C. committed to reintroducing traditional theories of civil rights enforcement. The thesis of this Essay is that the Administration's efforts concerning the enforcement of civil rights were not successful. Of course, only time will tell whether civil rights jurisprudence will be altered because of forces set in motion by the Administration and changes in the makeup of the judiciary.
Date of Authorship for this Version
Days, Drew S. III, "The Courts’ Response to the Reagan Civil Rights Agenda" (1989). Faculty Scholarship Series. 1485.