Minority Rights in America

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Ever since the Dominican missionary Bartolme de Las Casas (1476-1566) first raised civil and minority rights in an American context, questions of rights have figured prominently among some of the most profound and trying moments in American history. With 725 engagingly written alphabetically arranged entries, each thoroughly cross-referenced, Minority Rights in America explores the American civil rights experience since 1492. Entries include: -- Biographical sketches of important historical figures -- Important topics, ...

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