1. Introduction to the Issue
  2. john a. powell, Samuel L. Myers Jr., Susan T. Gooden
  3. pp. 1-17
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  1. The Law and Significance of Plessy
  2. john a. powell
  3. pp. 20-31
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  1. Who Gets to Say Who's Who? Plessy's Insidious Legacy
  2. Thomas J. Davis
  3. pp. 32-49
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  1. "Separate, Therefore Equal": American Spatial Segregation from Jim Crow to Kiryas Joel
  2. Shai Stern
  3. pp. 67-90
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  1. Plessy's Legacy: The Government's Role in the Development and Perpetuation of Segregated Neighborhoods
  2. Leland Ware
  3. pp. 92-109
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  1. Confronting the Legacy of "Separate but Equal": Can the History of Race, Real Estate, and Discrimination Engage and Inform Contemporary Policy?
  2. Jason Reece
  3. pp. 110-133
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  1. Legacies of Segregation and Disenfranchisement: The Road from Plessy to Frank and Voter ID Laws in the United States
  2. Paru Shah, Robert S. Smith
  3. pp. 134-146
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  1. Harlan's Dissent: Citizenship, Education, and the Color-Conscious Constitution
  2. Douglas S. Reed
  3. pp. 148-165
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  1. Separate and Unequal Under One Roof: How the Legacy of Racialized Tracking Perpetuates Within-School Segregation
  2. Dania V. Francis, William A. Darity Jr.
  3. pp. 187-202
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