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Beginning with Supreme Court Justice William Brennan, consistent and forthright defender of individual liberties, Nat Hentoff takes readers on a journey across America and introduces them to blacks and whites, males and females, the young and not-so-young who have fought to protect their freedoms, often at great personal cost. Here are Charles Black, a member of the legal team assembled by Thurgood Marshall, whose brilliant arguments convinced the Supreme Court to declare that public school segregation was unconstitutional ... Jackie Haskew, a Texas teacher whose inclusion of Santa Claus drawings in her class led to accusations of Satan worship, and whose lawsuit against her critics cost Jackie her job ... and Mahmoud Abdul-Raulf, a Muslim and professional basketball player whose refusal to stand for the national anthem caused nationwide controversy.
Timely and inspirational, the twelve stories in Living the Bill of Rights dramatically prove how much can be done to safeguard our liberties and show how important it is to make them a real and not abstract part of our everyday lives.
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