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|Material Type:||Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Book, Internet Resource|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Charles J McClain
|ISBN:||0520083377 9780520083370 0520205146 9780520205147|
|Description:||x, 385 pages ; 24 cm|
|Contents:||pt. I. The Beginnings of Discrimination and the First Chinese Responses. 1. California's First Anti-Chinese Laws. 2. Test Cases in the 1870s --
pt. II. The Decade of the 1880s: Seeking the Equal Protection of the Laws. 3. The California Constitutional Contention and Its Aftermath. 4. The Laundry Litigation of the 1880s. 5. The Struggle for Access to the Schools --
pt. III. The Decade of the 1880s: Court Contests with the Federal Government. 6. Federal Exclusion Act Litigation: The First Phase. 7. Seeking Federal Protection against Mob Violence: The Unusual Case of Baldwin v. Franks. 8. Federal Exclusion Act Litigation: The Second Phase --
pt. IV. Century's End: Last Episodes of Sinophobia. 9. Challenging Residential Segregation: The Case of In re Lee Sing. 10. Medicine, Race, and the Law: The Bubonic Plague Outbreak of 1900.
|Responsibility:||Charles J. McClain.|