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Author Brandwein, Pamela.
Title Rethinking the judicial settlement of Reconstruction / Pamela Brandwein.
Imprint Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, [2011]
©2011

Author Brandwein, Pamela.
Series Cambridge studies on the American Constitution
Cambridge studies on the American Constitution. http://id.loc.gov/authorities/names/n2006010679
Subject Civil rights -- United States -- States -- History.
Blacks -- Legal status, laws, etc. -- United States -- States -- History.
Discrimination -- Law and legislation -- United States -- History.
Civil rights -- United States -- History.
Reconstruction (U.S. history, 1865-1877)
Description 1 online resource (xi, 269 pages).
polychrome rdacc http://rdaregistry.info/termList/RDAColourContent/1003
Summary "Demolishing the conventional wisdom that the Supreme Court's doctrine of state action killed Reconstruction, Pamela Brandwein unveils a lost jurisprudence of rights and redefines the legal transition to Jim Crow"-- Provided by publisher.
"American constitutional lawyers and legal historians routinely assert that the Supreme Court's state action doctrine halted Reconstruction in its tracks. But it didn't. Rethinking the Judicial Settlement of Reconstruction demolishes the conventional wisdom and puts a constructive alternative in its place. Pamela Brandwein unveils a lost jurisprudence of rights that provided expansive possibilities for protecting blacks' physical safety and electoral participation, even as it left public accommodation rights undefended. She shows that the Supreme Court supported a Republican coalition and left open ample room for executive and legislative action. Blacks were abandoned, but by the president and Congress, not the Court. Brandwein unites close legal reading of judicial opinions (some hitherto unknown), sustained historical work, the study of political institutions, and the sociology of knowledge. This book explodes tired old debates and will provoke new ones"-- Provided by publisher.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references (pages 245-260) and index.
Contents Abandoned Blacks? -- The emergence of the concept of state neglect, 1867-1873 -- The civil/social distinction : an intramural Republican dispute -- The birth of state action doctrine, 1874-1876 -- A surviving sectional context, 1876-1891 -- The Civil Rights Cases and the language of state neglect -- Definitive judicial abandonment, 1896-1906 -- Twentieth-century receptions -- Conclusion.
Note Print version record.
ISBN 9780511861093 (electronic bk.)
0511861095 (electronic bk.)
9780511858482 (electronic bk.)
0511858485 (electronic bk.)
9780511781650 (electronic bk.)
0511781652 (electronic bk.)
9780521887717 (hbk.)
0521887712 (hbk.)
OCLC # 706505027
Additional Format Print version: Brandwein, Pamela. Rethinking the judicial settlement of Reconstruction. Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2011 9780521887717 (DLC) 2010030600 (OCoLC)649702281


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