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You Can't Say That!  The Growing Threat to Civil Liberties from Antidiscrimination Laws by David E. Bernstein

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In a misguided attempt to eradicate every vestige of "discrimination" in society, activists and courts are using antidiscrimination laws to erode civil liberties such as free speech, the free exercise of religion, and freedom of association. Civil rights laws today are being applied in ways that threaten free speech on campus and in the workplace, the right of local community activists to speak out against government policies, the rights of private associations such as the Boy Scouts to determine their membership policies, and even the rights of individuals to choose their roommates.

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Resources from Chapter Seven: Public Accommodations Laws and the Threat to the Autonomy of Private Organizations

JUDGE ROBERT BORK
Biography and articles: www.AEI.org
Biography and links: en2.Wikipedia.org
Conversation with Bork: www.UncommonKnowledge.org
Quotes: www.ConservativeForum.org

JUSTICE ARTHUR GOLDBERG
Manuscript Collection at Radford University: Lib.RUNet.edu
Abner Mikva, "In Memoriam - Arthur J. Goldberg, The Practitioner": www.SupremeCourtHistory.org
Biography: www.US-Israel.org

JUSTICE WILLIAM O. DOUGLAS
Biography: www.SupremeCourtHistory.org
Bibliography: IndyLaw.Indiana.edu
Biography and other information: www.Oyez.org

TITLE II OF THE CIVIL RIGHTS ACT OF 1964
Background: USInfo.State.gov
Text of Title II: www.USDOJ.gov

PUBLIC ACCOMMODATIONS VS. PRIVATE CLUBS
Definintion of "Private Club" from Title II: www.OHC.State.OK.us
Elizabeth Kirby Hart, "Private Clubs: Equal Access Issues and Public Status": ww.HFTP.org

SALLY FRANK AND PRINCETON CASE
The Willis M. Rivinus Papers at the Princeton Library: LibWeb.Princeton.edu

CASEY MARTIN AND THE ADA
"Faces of the ADA": www.USDOJ.gov
Laura F. Rothstein, Health Law and Policy Institute, "Casey Martin and the ADA": www.Law.UH.edu
"Let Him Ride: Supreme Court Says Martin Can Use Cart On Tour," Sports Illustrated: SportsIllustrated.CNN.com
U.S. Department of Justice Brief: www.USDOJ.gov

Footnote 238.
FAQ about Ayn Rand, The Virtue of Selfishness: A New Concept of Egoism (New York: New American Library, 1964): www.ObjectivistCenter.org
Notes on The Virtue of Selfishness: www.AngelFire.com (Rand vs. Altruism)
Footnote 240.
Moose Lodge No. 107 v. Irvis, 407 U.S. 163 (1972): www.Oyez.org and CaseLaw.lp.FindLaw.com

Footnote 242.
Discussion of United States v. Lansdowne Swim Club: www.Macinac.org

Footnote 244.
Minn. Stat. § 604.12: www.Revisor.Leg.State.MN.us

Footnote 255.
PGA Tour, Inc. v. Martin docket: www.SupremeCourtUS.gov
Text of opinion: www.Oyez.org and SupCt.Law.Cornell.edu

Footnote 256.
Roberts v. United States Jaycees, 468 U.S. 609 (1984): www.Oyez.org and www.Law.UMKC.edu

Footnote 258.
Board of Dirs. of Rotary Int'l v. Rotary Club of Duarte, 481 U.S. 537 (1987): www.Oyez.org and CaseLaw.lp.FindLaw.com

Footnote 259.
Boy Scouts of America v. Dale, 120 S. Ct. 2446 (2000): www.Oyez.org and SupCt.Law.Cornell.edu
"Supreme Court: Boy Scouts Can Exclude Gay Leaders": www.FreedomForum.org

Footnote 260.
Louisiana Debating and Literary Association, 42 F.3d 1483 (1995): www.CA5.USCourts.gov

Footnote 261.
Lyng v. International Union, United Auto. Aerospace & Agric. Implement Workers of Am., 485 U.S. 360 (1988): CaseLaw.lp.FindLaw.com

Footnote 267.
20 U.S.C. § 1681(a)(6) (1994): ww4.Law.Cornell.edu

Footnote 268.
42 U.S.C. § 1975a(b)(1994): ww4.Law.Cornell.edu