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17 Oct 2011, 3:58 pm by Gerard Magliocca
 Michael Klarman argues that the Civil Rights Act and the Voting Rights Act were the product of a reaction against segregationist violence in the South, which in turn was a response to Brown. [read post]
30 Jul 2011, 1:04 pm by Ken Kersch
Magliocca also foregrounds the politics of “backlash” that has been the subject of hot scholarly discussion since Michael Klarman’s provocative application of the concept to the Supreme Court’s decision in Brown v. [read post]
22 Jun 2011, 8:45 am by David Bernstein
I could have easily written a book twice as long, that wouldn’t have been half as “good” from the reader’s perspective.The vast majority of academic books I’ve read should have been at least 30% shorter, though there are some very long books–like Michael Klarman’s From Jim Crow to Civil Rights–that fully justify their length.UPDATE: I’ll always be grateful to Professor Black of Brandeis University’s History Department, who… [read post]
21 Jun 2011, 6:00 am by Tomiko Brown-Nagin
Consider, for example, the perspectives on the subject found in the following works: Michael Klarman, From Jim Crow to Civil Rights; Matt Lassiter & Andrew Lewis, eds., The Moderates' Dilemma: Massive Resistance to School Desegregation in Virginia; Neil McMillen, The Citizens' Council: Organized Resistance to the Second Reconstruction; Jason Sokol, There Goes My Every Thing: White Southerners in the Age of Civil Rights; Anders Walker, The Ghost of Jim Crow; and John… [read post]
27 Mar 2011, 8:18 am by Alfred Brophy
 Michael Klarman's From Jim Crow to Civil Rights won in 2005; David Kyvig's Explicit and Authentic Acts: Amending the US Constitution, 1776-1995 won in 1997; Edmund Morgan's Inventing the People: The Rise of Popular Sovereignty in England and America won in 1989, along with Foner's Reconstruction. [read post]
14 Sep 2010, 8:36 pm by Ilya Somin
They are similar to those of an important minority of liberal constitutional law scholars such as Obama’s University of Chicago colleague Gerald Rosenberg, and Michael Klarman. [read post]
18 Aug 2010, 6:50 am by Adam Chandler
” At Bench Memos, Matthew Franck critiques Michael Klarman’s recent Los Angeles Times op-ed on public opinion, gay marriage, and the Supreme Court. [read post]
16 Aug 2010, 8:06 am by Amanda Rice
” Finally, in an opinion piece for the Los Angeles Times, Michael Klarman argues that the Court’s decision is likely to be influenced by the fact that public support for same-sex marriage is continuing to build. [read post]
28 Jul 2010, 8:49 am by Erin Miller
Some — like my colleague Michael Klarman – argue that Brown itself in 1954 halted what would have been a more gradual, but direct, process toward integration. [read post]
22 Jun 2010, 8:25 am by B.C. Barnes
These items may be checked out by all approved library users.AUTHOR: Klarman, Michael J.TITLE: Unfinished business: racial equality in American history / Michael J. [read post]
5 Feb 2010, 4:48 am by Mary L. Dudziak
Posts this week have included Ken Mack on The Supreme Court as a Racially Representative Institution and Michael Klarman on Has the Supreme Court Been Mainly a Friend or a Foe to African Americans? [read post]
1 Feb 2010, 6:34 am by Adam Schlossman
: The Supreme Court’s Impact on Black History for the Past Fifty Years” –Michael Klarman, professor at Harvard Law School “Ending Racial Preferences” –Roger Clegg, president of the Center for Equal Opportunity “Justice Kennedy’s Evolving Views On Race” –Heather Gerken, professor at Yale Law School Podcast: Interview on Brown v. [read post]
22 Nov 2009, 6:31 am
This bears on the arguments that scholars such as Gerald Rosenberg and Michael Klarman have been making about the utility (or futility) of courts as engineers of social change. [read post]
21 Oct 2009, 5:56 am
  Relatedly, for those who missed it in late August, the Boston Globe ran this story about the "new owner of the grand Victorian home on Irving Street in Cambridge where Julia Child, the doyenne of la cuisine bourgeoise, lived, cooked, and warbled for 43 years" - Harvard law professor Michael Klarman and his family. [read post]
29 Sep 2009, 1:47 pm
Last week, we were privileged to hear Professor Michael Klarman speak on Why Brown  v. [read post]