Double Thought

Buckley Jr., WM.F.
August 1979
National Review;8/3/1979, Vol. 31 Issue 31, p990
The article reports on racial discrimination and the Supreme Court's decision which is a confrontation between sociological engineering and law. It also cites the Civil Rights Act of 1964 regarding the prohibition of private employer from racial discrimination in handling out job. It also reports on the strains arising from the double standards by the courts in interpreting the law against racial discrimination.


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