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Unformatted text preview: Doctrinal Factors-“Good facts under existing “separate but equal” standard Institutional Factors-No clear legislative strategy given disenfranchisement-Federal courts insulated from electoral pressures Cultural Factors-Cold War imperatives arguably created favorable elite environment Reconstituting the Politics of Desegregation through Litigation and Rights-Based Activism Perceived Costs and Benefits Diffuse and Concentrated Brown-Interest Group Politics Distribution of Benefits Concentrated Costs and Benefits Civil Disobedience (NY Times) Entrepreneurial Politics DID BROWN RESULT IN DESEGREGATION? DID CIVIVL DISOBEDIANCE DIRECTLY PRODUCE POLICY RESULTS Majoritarian Politics Preserving the Rule of the Law...
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- Spring '12
- Law, -Any real counter, -WEAL provided courts, -Cold War imperatives