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001       96008718 
008    960501s1996    nyua          00100 eng   
010    96008718 
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050 00 KF4757|b.H535 1996 
082 00 346.7301/3|a347.30613|220 
100 1  Higginbotham, A. Leon|q(Aloyisus Leon),|d1928- 
245 10 Shades of freedom :|bracial politics and presumptions of 
       the American legal process /|cA. Leon Higginbotham, Jr. 
260    New York :|bOxford University Press,|c1996. 
300    xxxii, 304 p. :|bill. ;|c24 cm. 
490 1  Race and the American legal process ;|vv. 2 
500    Includes index. 
505 0  Introduction: From Total Racial Oppression to Shades of 
       Freedom -- 1. My Forty-Year Journey in Formulating the 
       Precepts -- 2. The Precept of Inferiority -- 3. The 
       Ancestry of Inferiority (1619-1662) -- 4. The Ideology of 
       Inferiority (1662-1830) -- 5. The Politics of Inferiority 
       (1830-1865) -- 6. The Constitutional Language of Slavery: 
       From Non-disclosure to Abolition, 1787-1866 -- 7. The 
       Dream of Freedom and Its Demise -- 8. The Supreme Court's 
       Sanction of Racial Hatred: The 1883 Civil Rights Cases -- 
       9. The Supreme Court's Legitimization of Racism: Plessy v.
       Ferguson: A Case Wrongly Decided -- 10. Too Inferior To Be
       Their Neighbor -- 11. Unequal Justice in the State 
       Criminal Justice System -- 12. Limiting the Seeds of Race 
       Hatred: The Charles Evans Hughes Supreme Court Era (1930-
       1941) -- 13. Voting Rights, Pluralism, and Political Power
       -- Appendix. The Ten Precepts of American Slavery 
       Jurisprudence -- Articles published by A. Leon 
       Higginbotham, Jr. 
650  0 African Americans|xLegal status, laws, etc.|xHistory. 
800 1  Higginbotham, A. Leon|q(Aloyisus Leon),|d1928-|tRace and 
       the American legal process ;|vv. 2. 
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