Seemingly routine actions taken by our nation's cities and states, exercising their police power, increasingly face charges of racial discrimination. This casenote provides an historical perspective for, and an analysis of, a recent case currently on appeal before the United States Supreme Court. The author highlights the problems surrounding the various tests used to determine whether state action does in fact discriminate against a particular class or group of people
Greene v. City of Memphis: Is Intent the Sine Qua Non of Discrimination Claims?,
35 U. Miami L. Rev.
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