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" ... throughout much of the 19th century the position of women in our society was, in many respects, comparable to that of blacks under the pre-Civil War slave codes. Neither slaves nor women could hold office, serve on juries, or bring suit in their own... "
History, Memory, and the Law - Página 170
editado por - 2009 - 337 páginas
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H.R. 4263, the Small Business and Minority Small Business ..., Volumen4

United States. Congress. House. Committee on Small Business - 1995 - 127 páginas
...(1973), the Court explained: Throughout much of the 19th century the position of women in our society, was in many respects comparable to that of .blacks...denied the legal capacity to hold or convey property and to serve as legal guardians of their own children. . . . And although blacks were guaranteed the...
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Hearing on Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972: Hearing ..., Volumen4

Congress of the U.S., Washington, DC. House Committee on Economic and Educational Opportunities, United States, United States. Congress. House. Committee on Economic and Educational Opportunities. Subcommittee on Postsecondary Education, Training, and Life-long Learning - 1995 - 417 páginas
...position of women in our society was in many respects, comparable to that of blacks under the pre-Clvll War slave codes. Neither slaves nor women could hold...traditionally were denied the legal capacity to hold or convey piopeity or to serve as legal guardians of their own children.... And though blacks were guaranteed...
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H.R. 4263, the Small Business and Minority Small Business ..., Volumen4

United States. Congress. House. Committee on Small Business - 1995 - 127 páginas
...names, and married women traditionally were denied the legal capacity to hold or convey property and to serve as legal guardians of their own children....to vote in 1870, women were denied even that right -- which is itself preservative of other basic civil and political rights' -- until adoption of the...
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American Cultural Pluralism and Law

Jill Norgren, Serena Nanda - 1996 - 307 páginas
...the sexes and, indeed, throughout much of the nineteenth century the position of women in our society was, in many respects, comparable to that of blacks...right to vote in 1870, women were denied even [that] until adoption of the Nineteenth Amendment half a century later. Moreover, since sex, like race and...
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Critical White Studies: Looking Behind the Mirror

Richard Delgado, Jean Stefancic - 1997 - 700 páginas
...J.). 7. Id 8. "Throughout much of the 19th century the position of women in our society was, . . . comparable to that of blacks under the pre-Civil War...serve on juries, or bring suit in their own names, . . . ." Frontiero v. Richardson, 411 US 677, 685 (1973). 9. Hudgins, at 139 (Tucker, J.). 10. See...
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Women, Gays, and the Constitution: The Grounds for Feminism and Gay Rights ...

David A. J. Richards - 1998 - 531 páginas
...between the sexes and, indeed, throughout much of the 19th century the position of women in our society was, in many respects, comparable to that of blacks...to vote in 1870, women were denied even that right — which is itself "preservative of other basic civil and political rights" — until adoption of...
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Women, Gays, and the Constitution: The Grounds for Feminism and Gay Rights ...

David A. J. Richards - 1998 - 531 páginas
...between the sexes and. indeed. thronghont much of the 19th centory the positinn of women in oor society was. in many respects. comparable to that of blacks...or bring suit in their own names. and married women traditinnally were denied the legal capacity to hold or convey property or to serve as legal gnardians...
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Women in Public Administration of the American States: A Study of Their ...

Sharada Rath - 1998 - 150 páginas
...unfortunate history of sex discrimination put women not on a pedestal but in a cage: He further told: "Neither slaves nor women could hold office, serve...traditionally were denied the legal capacity to hold or td convey property or to serve as legal guardians to their own children." The Declaration of Independence...
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The American Constitutional Experience: Selected Readings & Supreme Court ...

Richard M Battistoni - 2000 - 175 páginas
...between the sexes, and, indeed, throughout much of the 19th century, the position of women in our society was, in many respects, comparable to that of blacks...to serve as legal guardians of their own children. . . . It is true, of course, that the position of women in America has improved markedly in recent...
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The Supreme Court in American Society: Equal Justice Under Law

Kermit L. Hall - 2001 - 788 páginas
...illustrated by Justice Brennan's assertion that the 19th century "position of women in our society was, in many respects, comparable to that of blacks under the pre-Civil War slave codes";11* and (3) that the suspect class, largely because of past discrimination, lacks effective...
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