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Enforcing Civil Rights: Race Discrimination and the Department of Justice (Studies in Government and Public Policy) Hardcover – April 30, 1997

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"Landsberg combines an insider's first-hand knowledge with an academic's impartiality to give readers a close-up view of the Civil Rights Division's development."--Julian Bond

"Every student of the federal civil rights laws will profit from reading this insightful overview of the development of federal enforcement of civil rights in the Justice Department."--Mark Tushnet, author of Making Civil Rights Law: Thurgood Marshall and the Supreme Court, 1936-1961

"Landsberg's reflections and suggested reforms deserve serious attention from all who are concerned with civil rights, law, and politics."--David M. O'Brien, author of Storm Center: The Supreme Court in American Politics

"An invaluable and long-overdue window into the workings of the federal civil rights enforcement structure. An indispensable work."--Drew S. Days, III, Alfred M. Rankin Professor of Law, Yale Law School

"The most valuable contribution yet to evaluating the operations of the Department of Justice. A scholarly masterpiece."--Robert J. Reinstein, Dean, Temple University School of Law

"Comprehensive and readable, this is a major contribution to the literature on civil rights enforcement in America."--Howard Ball, author of Hugo L. Black: Cold Steel Warrior

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