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- Equal by Comparison: Unsettling Assumptions of Antidiscrimination Law
- Julie Chi-Hye Suk
- The American Journal of Comparative Law, Vol. 55, No. 2 (Spring, 2007), pp. 295-345
- Subjects: Law, African American Studies
- Key terms: antidiscrimination, french, discrimination, blindness, affirmative, france, racial, action, equal, riot, racist, equality, posn, discrimi, protection, criminal, statute, color, blind, speech, crimination, holocaust, nation, declaration, employment
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