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Introduction To The Workplace Constitution From The New Deal To The New Right, Sophia Z. Lee Jan 2014

Introduction To The Workplace Constitution From The New Deal To The New Right, Sophia Z. Lee

Faculty Scholarship at Penn Law

Today, most American workers do not have constitutional rights on the job. As The Workplace Constitution shows, this outcome was far from inevitable. Instead, American workers have a long history of fighting for such rights. Beginning in the 1930s, civil rights advocates sought constitutional protections against racial discrimination by employers and unions. At the same time, a conservative right-to-work movement argued that the Constitution protected workers from having to join or support unions. Those two movements, with their shared aim of extending constitutional protections to American workers, were a potentially powerful combination. But they sought to use those protections to ...


Book Review (Paul Frymer's Black And Blue: African Americans, The Labor Movement, And The Decline Of The Democratic Party)., Sophia Z. Lee May 2010

Book Review (Paul Frymer's Black And Blue: African Americans, The Labor Movement, And The Decline Of The Democratic Party)., Sophia Z. Lee

Faculty Scholarship at Penn Law

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"The Shame Of It All": Stigma And The Political Disenfranchisement Of Formerly Convicted And Incarcerated Persons, Regina Austin Jan 2004

"The Shame Of It All": Stigma And The Political Disenfranchisement Of Formerly Convicted And Incarcerated Persons, Regina Austin

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Interview With Michele Tuck-Ponder, Diankha Warren, Michele Tuck-Ponder, Legal Oral History Project, University Of Pennsylvania Law School Mar 2000

Interview With Michele Tuck-Ponder, Diankha Warren, Michele Tuck-Ponder, Legal Oral History Project, University Of Pennsylvania Law School

Legal Oral History Project

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Michele Tuck-Ponder (L '83) has held many positions in law, government, education, media relaions, and the non-profit sector. From 1995 to 1997 she served as mayor of Princeton, New Jersey.


Discrimination, Jobs, And Politics, Anita L. Allen Jan 1986

Discrimination, Jobs, And Politics, Anita L. Allen

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