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Equal Justice Under Law: An Autobiography Paperback – September 10, 1999
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“With the vision one would expect from a great advocate and premier judge, Constance Baker Motley has written a remarkable and insightful book. No person has done more in this century than Motley for racial and gender justice in this country.” ―A. Leon Higginbotham
“A story so powerful it shines.” ―Richard D. Kahlenburg, The New York Times Book Review
“Illuminates a crucial fragment of American history that is at risk of being outshone in the public memory by later, more dramatic events.” ―Anthony Day, Los Angeles Times
About the Author
Constance Baker Motley is a senior judge and a former chief judge of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York. She lives in Manhattan and Chester, Connecticut.