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In these communities, political alliances are formed not by a person’s race or sex, but on the basis of “common contexts of struggle against specific exploitative structures[.]” (1991:7) Today, U. Concluding that enforcement of the fourteenth amendment’s prohibition against discriminatory state action had been sporadic and burdensome, the Commission recommended eliminating the exemption of state and local governments from the coverage of Title VII.

Pages: 300

Publisher: University of Georgia Press (October 1, 1997)

ISBN: 0820319163

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