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ERIC Number: EJ207988
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 1979
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Rebuttable Presumption of Segregative Intent May Be Established by Evidence of Foreseeable Consequences.
Nyquist, Arthur V.
St. John's Law Review, v53 n2 p266-79 Win 1979
Argues that the Second Circuit Court's decision in "Arthur" is improper because its emphasis on foreseeable consequences sidesteps inquiry into the decision-makers' motivations as outlined in "Arlington Heights" and because its burden of rebuttal seems insurmountable. Available from the Business Manager, St John's Law Review, Fromkes Hall, Grand Central and Utopia Parkways, Jamaica, N.Y. 11439; $3.50 per issue. (Author/IRT)
Publication Type: Journal Articles; Legal/Legislative/Regulatory Materials
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Language: English
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