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On Being Overly Discrete and Insular: Involuntary Groups and the Anglo-American Judicial Tradition
|Title:||On Being Overly Discrete and Insular: Involuntary Groups and the Anglo-American Judicial Tradition|
|Publisher:||Israel Yearbook of Human Rights|
|Citation:||Aviam Soifer, On Being Overly Discrete and Insular: Involuntary Groups and the|
Anglo-American Judicial Tradition, 20 Isr. Y.B. Hum. Rts. 243 (1990).
|Series:||Israel Yearbook of Human Rights|
|Abstract:||This essay sketches the profoundly ahistorical approach of judges today to precisely those groups who most obviously warrant special judicial concern if there is to be any special judicial solicitude on the basis of past wrongs.|
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