The Constitution, Race, and Renewed Relevance of Original Intent: Reclaiming the Lost Opportunity of Federalism

by Donald Lively

Reviews

"This book effectively blends historical insight, bedrock constitutional principles, and awareness of evolving racial reality. Its central point, that the Constitution must provide space for innovation in reckoning with the nation's legacy of racial discrimination, is particularly relevant in light of 21st Century demographics, emerging generational influences, and market dynamics that increasingly value multicultural competence." - Nadine Strossen, President, American Civil Liberties Union, and Professor of Law, New York Law School

"With his usual incisive and perceptive writing, Professor Lively addresses the issue of race in the context of constitutional law. His book effectively integrates historical perspective, critical insight into the present, and a sense of accelerating change in racial dynamics as the 21st century unfolds." - Russell L. Weaver, Professor of Law and Distinguished University Scholar, University of Louisville, Louis D. Brandeis School of Law


 

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