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  • Ancheta, Angelo N.  Scientific Evidence and Equal Protection of the Law. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 2006.  (Law Library, KF4755 A96 2006)
  • Encyclopedia of the American Constitution.  Edited by Leonard W. Levy and Kenneth L. Karst. 2d ed.  NY: Macmillan Reference USA, 2000. (Founders, KF4548 E53 2000) 
  • Flack, Horace Edgar.  The Adoption of the Fourteenth Amendment.  Buffalo, NY: W. S. Hein, 2003.  (Law, KF4757 F588 2003)
  • Ingram, David.  Group Rights:  Reconciling Equality and Difference.  Lawrence: University Press of Kansas, 2000.  (Law, JF1061 I54 2000)
  • Johnson, Frank Minis.  Defending Constitutional Rights.  Athens: University of Georgia Press, 2001.  (Law, KF4764 J64 2001)
  • Kelley, Tina. "Village Harassed Landlord Who Rented to Blacks, Jury Finds." New York Times 150, no. 51547(October 20, 2000): B8. Academic Search Premier, EBSCOhost (accessed September 16, 2007).
  • Key Constitutional Concepts.  Produced by PJ Productions, written and produced by Robe Imbriano, in association with the National Constitution Center.  Philadelphia: Annenberg Foundation Trust at Sunnylands, 2006.  (Undergraduate Library Media Center, KF5130 S9 K3 2006DVD)
  • King, Rachel. Why a Victims' Rights Constitutional Amendment is a Bad Idea: Practical Experiences from Crime Victims. University of Cincinnati Law Review 68 (Winter 2000): 357-398.
  • Lee, Francis Graham.  Equal Protection: Rights and Liberties Under the Law.  Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO, 2003. (Law, KF4755 L438 2003)
  • Meyer,  Howard N.  The Amendment that Refused to Die: Equality and Justice Deferred:  The History of the Fourteenth Amendment.  Lanham, MD: Madison Books, 2000. (Founders and Law Libraries, KF4757 M46 2000)
  • Motley, Constance Baker. "The Quest for Freedom 1776-1976: The Continuing American Revolution." The Journal of Negro History,  61, no. 1 (Jan., 1976): 7-15.  (JSTOR: doi:10.2307/3031529)
  • Orth, John V.  Due Process of Law: A Brief History. Lawrence, Kansas: University Press of Kansas, 2003.  (Founders and Law, KF4765 O78 2003)
  • Smith, Christopher E., Christina DeJong, and John D. Burrow.  The Supreme Court, Crime and the Ideal of Equal Justice.  NY: P. Lang, 2003. (Law, KF9223 S574 2003)
  • Troisi-Paton, Kimberly.  The Right to Due Process.  Detroit, MI: Greenhaven Press, 2005.  (Founders,  KF4765 R44 2005)
  • Wang, Lu-in.  Discrimination by Default: How Racism Becomes Routine. New York: New York University, 2006.  (Law, KF4755.W36 2006)
  • Zietlow, Rebecca E.  Enforcing Equality: Congress, the Constitution, and the Protection of Individual Rights.  NY: New York University Press, 2006. (Law, KF4764 Z54 2006)

For additional books, search Sterling or DanielWebCat for "due process" or "equality before the law."


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