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Rethinking the New Deal Court : the Structure of a Constitutional Revolution.

Author: Barry Cushman
Publisher: New York : Oxford University Press, 1998.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The Great Depression was a time of hardship for many Americans, but for the citizens of Harlem it was made worse by past and present discrimination. Or Does It Explode? examines Black Harlem from the 1920s through the Depression and New Deal to the outbreak of World War II. It describes the changing economic and social lives of Harlemites, and the complex responses of a resilient community to racism and poverty.  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Barry Cushman
ISBN: 9781602562103 1602562105 1280600225 9781280600227 9786610600229 6610600228 1423741374 9781423741374 019535401X 9780195354010
OCLC Number: 475957426
Language Note: English.
Description: 1 online resource (333 pages)
Contents: Introduction; 1 Roosevelt's Shadow; 2 Judging the Image of New Deal Court Judging; 3 The Public/Private Distinction and the Minimum Wage; 4 From Adkins to Nebbia; 5 The Minimum Wage Cases Revisited; 6 The Liberal Dilemma; 7 Associationalism Ascendant; 8 Doctrinal Synergies; 9 A Stream of Legal Consciousness; 10 Catching the Current; 11 The Persistence of Memory; 12 The Struggle with Judicial Supremacy; Notes; Index.

Abstract:

The Great Depression was a time of hardship for many Americans, but for the citizens of Harlem it was made worse by past and present discrimination. Or Does It Explode? examines Black Harlem from the 1920s through the Depression and New Deal to the outbreak of World War II. It describes the changing economic and social lives of Harlemites, and the complex responses of a resilient community to racism and poverty. Greenberg demonstrates that far from remaining passive in the face of hard times, Harlemites mobilized to better their opportunities and living conditions through numerous organization.

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