Plessy v. Ferguson
T. Alexander Aleinikoff, Re-Reading Justice Harlan's Dissent in Plessy v. Ferguson: Freedom, Antiracism, and Citizenship, University of Illinois Law Review (1992).
Richard L. Aynes, An Examination of Brown in Light of Plessy and Croson: Lessons for the 1990s, 7 Harvard Blackletter Journal (1990).
Jack M. Balkin, Plessy, Brown, and Grutter: A Play in Three Acts, 26 Cardozo Law Review (2005).
Derrick Bell, Revocable Rights and a People's Faith: Plessy's Past in Our Future, 1 Rutgers Race and the Law Review (1999).
Barton J. Bernstein, Case Law in Plessy v. Ferguson, 47 The Journal of Negro History (1962).
Barton J. Bernstein, Plessy v. Ferguson: Conservative Sociological Jurisprudence, 48 The Journal of Negro History (1963).
David W. Bishop, Plessy v. Ferguson: A Reinterpretation, 62 The Journal of Negro History (1977).
Rodney J. Blackman, Returning to Plessy, 75 Marquette Law Review (1992).
David S. Bogen, Why the Supreme Court Lied in Plessy, 52 Vilanova Law Review (2007).
Bernard R. Boxill, Washington, DuBois and 'Plessy v. Ferguson', 16 Law and Philosophy (1997).
Stephen J. Caldas, The Plessy and Grutter Decisions: A Study in Contrast and Comparison, 67 Ohio State Law Journal (2006).
Gabriel J. Chin, Plessy Myth: Justice Harlan and the Chinese Cases, 82 Iowa Law Review (1996).
James C. Cobb, Segregating the New South: The Origins and Legacy of Plessy v. Ferguson, 12 Georgia State University Law Review (1996).
Michael Kent Curtis, Albion Tourgee: Remembering Plessy's Lawyer on the 100th Anniversary of Plessy v. Ferguson, 13 Constitutional Commentary (1996).
Thomas J. Davis, More Than Segregation, Racial Identity: The Neglected Question in Plessy v. Ferguson, 10 Washington and Lee Race and Ethnic Ancestry Law Journal (2004).
Daniel E. Dawes, Unveiling the Mask of Interracial Injustice: How the Seminole Nation Implicitly Endorses Dred Scott and Plessy, 50 Howard Law Journal (2007).
Mark Eliot, Race, Color Blindness, and the Democratic Public: Albion W. Tourgee's Radical Principles in Plessy v. Ferguson, 67 The Journal of Southern History (2001).
Mark Elliot, Color-Blind Justice: Albion Tourgee and the Quest For Racial Equality from the Civil War to Plessy v. Ferguson, (2006).
Lisa M. Fairfax, The Silent Resurrection of Plessy: The Supreme Court's Acquiescence in the Resegregation of America's Schools, 9 Temple Political & Civil Rights Law Review (1999).
Douglas J. Ficker, From Roberts to Plessy: Educational Segregation and the 'Separate but Equal' Doctrine, 84 The Journal of Negro History (1999).
Lucinda M. Finley, Sex-Blind, Separate but Equal, or Anti-Subordination: The Uneasy Legacy of Plessy v. Ferguson for Sex and Gender Discrimination, 12 Georgia State University Law Review (1996).
James E. Fleming, Rewriting Brown, Resurrecting Plessy, 52 Saint Louis University Law Journal (2008).
Patrick Glen, Why Plessy/Brown and Bowers/Lawrence and Correct: Thomistic Natural Law as the Content of Moral Consitutional Interpretation, 31 Ohio Northern University Law Review (2005).
Mark Golub, Plessy as 'Passing': Judicial Responses to Ambiguously Raced Bodies in Plessy v. Ferguson, 39 Law and Society Review (2005).
Daniel R. Gordon, One Hundred Years After Plessy: The Failure of Democracy and the Potentials for Elitist and Neutral Anti-Democracy, 40 New York Law School Law Review (1996).
Harry E. Groves, Separate but Equal--The Doctrine of Plessy v. Ferguson, 12 Phylon (1951).
James W. Guthrie and Matthew S. Springer, Returning to Square One: From 'Plessy' to 'Brown' and Back to 'Plessy', 79 Peabody Journal of Education (2004).
Rick Guzman, An Argument for a Return to Plessy v. Ferguson: Why Illinois Should Reconsider the Doctrine of Separate but Equal Public Schools, 29 Northern Illinois University Law Review (2008).
Cheryl I. Harris, In the Shadow of Plessy, 7 University of Pennsylvania Journal of Constitutional Law (2006).
A'Lelia Robinson Henry, Perpetuating Inequality: Plessy v. Ferguson and the Dilemma of Black Access to Public and Higher Education, 27 Journal of Law and Education (1998).
James Oliver Horton and Michele Gates Moresi, Roberts,' 'Plessy,' and 'Brown': The Long, Hard Struggle Against Segregation, 15 OAH Magazine of History (2001).
Harry G. Hutchison, Waging War on the Unfit--From Plessy v. Ferguson to New Deal Labor Law, 7 Stanford Journal of Civil Rights & Civil Liberties (2011).
J. Gordon Hylton, The Judge Who Abstained in Plessy v. Ferguson: Justice David Brewer and the Problem of Race, 61 Mississippi Law Journal (1991).
D. Marvin Jones, Plessy's Ghost: Grutter, Seattle and the Quiet Reversal of Brown, 35 Pepperdine Law Review (2008).
Nathaniel R. Jones, Whither Goest Judicial Nominations, Brown or Plessy--Advice and Consent Revisited, 46 SMU Law Review (1992).
Jonathan Kahn, Controlling Identity: Plessy, Privacy, and Racial Defamation, 54 DePaul Law Review (2005).
Paul G. Kauper, Segregation in Public Education: The Decline of Plessy v. Ferguson, 52 Michigan Law Review (1954).
Blair L. M. Kelley, Right to Ride: African American Citizenship and Protest in the Era of Plessy v. Ferguson, 41 African American Review (2007).
Blair L. M. Kelley, Right to Ride: Streetcar Boycotts and African-American Citizenship in the Era of Plessy v. Ferguson, (2010).
Michael J. Klarman, The Plessy Era, The Supreme Court Review (1998).
Gloria J. Ladson-Billings, Can We Atleast have Plessy--The Struggle for Quality Education, 85 North Carolina Law Review (2007).
Cynthia Lewis, Plessy Revived: The Separate but Equal Doctrine and Sex-Segregated Education, 12 Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review (1977).
Charles A. Lofgren, Is Racial Segregation Consistent With Equal Protection of the Laws? Plessy v. Ferguson Reexamined, 49 Columbia Law Review (1949).
Charles A. Lofgren, The Plessy Case: A Legal-Historical Interpretation, (1987).
Richard A. Maidment, Plessy v. Ferguson Re-examined, 7 Journal of American Studies (1973).
Simeon C. R. McIntosh, Reading Dred Scott, Plessy and Brown: Toward a Constitutional Hermeneutics, 38 Howard Law Journal (1994).
Keith Weldon Medley, We as Freemen: Plessy v. Ferguson, (2003).
Armen H. Merjian, Relitigating Plessy in the 21st Century: Separate and Unequal Education in California, 16 Texas Hispanic Journal of Law and Policy (2010).
Yxta Murray, A Lecture on Plessy v. Ferguson as Oedipus Rex, 40 Loyola of Los Angeles Law Review (2007).
A. A. North, The Plessy Doctrine: Rise and Demise, Death of the Doctrine 'Separate but Equal', 35 Thought (1960).
Paul Oberst, The Strange Career of Plessy v. Ferguson, 15 Arizona Law Review (1973).
Molly Townes O'Brien, Justice John Marshall Harlan as Prophet: The Plessy Dissenter's Color-Blind Constitution, 6 William & Mary Bill of Rights Journal (1998).
Shannon K. O'Bryne and James F. McGinnis, Vriand v. Alberta--Plessy Revisited: Lesbian and Gay Rights in the Province of Alberta, 34 Alberta Law Review (1996).
Otto H. Olsen, The Thin Disguise: Turning Point in Negro History, Plessy v. Ferguson: A Documentary Presentation (1864-1896), (1967).
Gary Orfield, Why Segregation is Inherently Unequal: The Abandonment of Brown and the Continuing Failure of Plessy, 49 New York Law School Law Review (0).
John P. Roche, Plessy v. Ferguson: Requiescat in Pace?, 103 University of Pennsylvania Law Review (1954).
Frederic Rogers, Our Constitution is Color Blind: Justice John Marshall Harlan and the Plessy v. Ferguson Dissent, 43 Judges' Journal (2004).
Ralph A. Rossum, Plessy, Brown, and the Reverse Discrimination Cases: Consistency and Continuity in Judicial Approach, 28 American Behavioral Scientist (1985).
Bennett L. Saferstein, Revisiting Plessy at the Virginia Military Institute: Reconciling Single-Sex Education with Equal Protection, 54 University of Pittsburg Law Review (1993).
Rebecca J. Scott, Public Rights, Social Equality, and the Conceptual Roots of the Plessy Challenge, 106 Michigan Law Review (2008).
J. Clay Smith Jr., Exact Justice and the Spirit of Protest: The Case of Plessy v. Ferguson and the Black Lawyer, 4 Howard Scroll: The Social Justice Law Review (1999).
Rodney A. Smolla, The Ghosts of Homer Plessy, 12 Georgia State University Law Review (1996).
Eric J. Sundquist, Mark Twain and Homer Plessy, Representations (1988).
Brook Thomas, Constitutional Literacy: Plessy and Brown in the Writing Class, 58 College English (1996).
Brook Thomas, Plessy v. Ferguson: A Brief History with Documents, (1997).
Brook Thomas, Plessy v. Ferguson' and the Literary Imagination, 9 Cardozo Studies in Law and Literature (1997).
Mark Tushnet, Plessy v. Ferguson' in Libertarian Perspective, 16 Law and Philosophy (1977).
Leland Ware and Melva Ware, Plessy's Legacy: Desegregating the Eurocentric Curriculum, 12 Georgia State University Law Review (1996).
Ronald Waters, The Association is for the Direct Attack: The Militant Context of the NAACP Challenge to Plessy, 43 Washburn Law Journal (2004).
Barbara Y. Welke, When all the Women were White and all the Blacks were Men: Gender, Class, Race and the Road to Plessy, 1855-1914, 13 Law and History Review (1995).