A- Law and Politics day one

A- Law and Politics day one - January 19, 2011 Law and...

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January 19, 2011 Law and Politics Prof. Lisa L. Miller Office hours: Mondays 1:30-3:30pm Classes are Mondays, Tuesdays, Wed* *Recitation sections are on alternate Tuesdays and Wed, beginning Feb 1 st /2 nd . No Wed lecture during recitation weeks. THERE IS ALWAYS MONDAY LECTURE Martin Luther King Speech: “we have come to our nations capitol to cash a check” -not true -Most of the people at the writing of the Constitution were pro-slavery -slavery was an integral part of the republic, even those who opposed that understood it -Perhaps King meant what the Constitution came to mean after the Civil War -difficult to claim because the equal protection clause seemed to imply that you cannot -segregate schools or refuse to serve certain races -they were legal for about 100 years -Demands that we maintain a constitutional framework that ameliorates poverty and misery that are a function of discrimination and a function of wealth concentration -King asks us to imagine something, and appeals to a constitutional framework
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