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Only one place of redress : African Americans, labor regulations, and the courts from Reconstruction to the New Deal
Only one place of redress : African Americans, labor regulations, and the courts from Reconstruction to the New Deal
Bernstein, David E.2001
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Subject: In this reinterpretation of American legal history, the author argues that American labour and occupational laws, enacted by state and federal governments after the Civil War and into the twentieth century, benefited dominant groups in society to the detriment of those who lacked political power.
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