Professors Tom Ginsburg, Aziz Huq, and Mila Versteeg (GHV) have written a mile-a-minute, and decidedly one-sided, account of the decline and fall of liberal constitutionalism throughout the world in the past generation.
Consider four different potential plaintiffs.
In April 1968, when Congress for the first time enacted a broad fair housing law in the United States, the degree of housing segregation experienced by African Americans was staggering.
A deaf man is admitted to the hospital for emergency surgery. The hospital, unable to locate an available American Sign Language interpreter, relies on the man’s children to communicate with him.