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As a deputy to Assistant Attorney General William Bradford Reynolds, Cooper argued that private religious schools that actively discriminate against African-Americans (like Bob Jones University did at the time) should get tax breaks from the federal government. Cooper was on the shortlist to be Solicitor ...
Sykes says more effort will be necessary now to reach out to families. The last time Sykes faced the prospect of a tempestuous meeting within the Justice Department was when he worked with William Bradford Reynolds, assistant U.S. attorney general for civil rights under then-President Ronald Reagan.

William Bradford Reynolds, Reagan's civil rights chief, was similarly accused by Democrats and advocacy groups of refusing to enforce civil rights laws. However, unlike Wheeler and Gore, neither Schlozman or Reynolds had extensive experience fighting against civil rights lawsuits before having joined ...
The National Anti-Klan Network, which later changed its name to the Center for Democratic Renewal, pressed the Reagan administration to charge all the Klansmen with civil rights violations. The head of the Justice Department's Civil Rights Division William Bradford Reynolds sent a letter to the Network ...
Fried says Cooper was a “vigorous advocate” for his boss William Bradford Reynolds' position at the time, which was that any remedy for racial discrimination has to be victim-specific. In other words, if there is evidence of racial discrimination in a program, the only person entitled to a remedy is the one who ...
Professor Johnson cites appointees such as Ann Gorsuch at the Environmental Protection Agency, James Watt at Interior, William Bradford Reynolds, who led the civil rights division at the Department of Justice, and Clarence Thomas, who was first an assistant secretary at the education department and ...

President Reagan's civil rights chief, William Bradford Reynolds, faced criticism from advocacy groups who said he refused to enforce civil rights laws. President Clinton's choice to lead the division, Bill Lann Lee, served his tenure in an acting capacity after the Senate refused to confirm him, largely over his ...
Reagan's assistant attorney general for civil rights, William Bradford Reynolds, began defending the president's opposition to civil rights programs by insisting that Reagan's actions were informed by King's colorblind philosophy. Throughout his second term, Reagan would frequently turn to the colorblind ...
Yup, that's right: the Office of the Solicitor General was ordered to sign and file a brief that it basically “dissented” from — a brief arguing in favor of giving tax breaks to schools that discriminate. Chuck Cooper and his then-boss, civil rights division chief William Bradford Reynolds, signed the brief and actually ...
... to reinstate white supremacy by any covert means necessary, from having Reagan launch his campaign with a states rights speech across town from where murdered Civil Rights workers once were buried in a dam to the nomination in 1985 of William Bradford Reynolds to be assistant attorney general.
... Leonard Garment, a former Nixon White House official; and William Bradford Reynolds, who ran the Justice Department's civil rights division ...
As a deputy to Assistant Attorney General William Bradford Reynolds, Cooper argued that private religious schools that actively discriminate ...
... time Sykes faced the prospect of a tempestuous meeting within the Justice Department was when he worked with William Bradford Reynolds, ...
William Bradford Reynolds, Reagan's civil rights chief, was similarly accused by Democrats and advocacy groups of refusing to enforce civil ...
The head of the Justice Department's Civil Rights Division William Bradford Reynolds sent a letter to the Network which read in part, “there is ...
Fried says Cooper was a “vigorous advocate” for his boss William Bradford Reynolds' position at the time, which was that any remedy for racial ...
President Reagan's civil rights chief, William Bradford Reynolds, faced criticism from advocacy groups who said he refused to enforce civil ...

... Johnson cites appointees such as Ann Gorsuch at the Environmental Protection Agency, James Watt at Interior, William Bradford Reynolds, ...
Reagan's assistant attorney general for civil rights, William Bradford Reynolds, began defending the president's opposition to civil rights ...
Chuck Cooper and his then-boss, civil rights division chief William Bradford Reynolds, signed the brief and actually meant it. The political ...
... Civil Rights workers once were buried in a dam to the nomination in 1985 of William Bradford Reynolds to be assistant attorney general.
As a deputy to Assistant Attorney General William Bradford Reynolds, Cooper argued that private religious schools that actively discriminate ...
... time Sykes faced the prospect of a tempestuous meeting within the Justice Department was when he worked with William Bradford Reynolds, ...
William Bradford Reynolds, Reagan's civil rights chief, was similarly accused by Democrats and advocacy groups of refusing to enforce civil ...
The head of the Justice Department's Civil Rights Division William Bradford Reynolds sent a letter to the Network which read in part, “there is ...
Fried says Cooper was a “vigorous advocate” for his boss William Bradford Reynolds' position at the time, which was that any remedy for racial ...
President Reagan's civil rights chief, William Bradford Reynolds, faced criticism from advocacy groups who said he refused to enforce civil ...
President Reagan's civil rights chief, William Bradford Reynolds, faced criticism from advocacy groups who said he refused to enforce civil ...
... Johnson cites appointees such as Ann Gorsuch at the Environmental Protection Agency, James Watt at Interior, William Bradford Reynolds, ...
Reagan's assistant attorney general for civil rights, William Bradford Reynolds, began defending the president's opposition to civil rights ...
Chuck Cooper and his then-boss, civil rights division chief William Bradford Reynolds, signed the brief and actually meant it. The political ...
... Civil Rights workers once were buried in a dam to the nomination in 1985 of William Bradford Reynolds to be assistant attorney general.
Kansas City's most famous legal sleuth will soon sit down with a man who many see as the enemy in the battles for justice that have defined Alvin Sykes' life.
The head of the Justice Department's Civil Rights Division William Bradford Reynolds sent a letter to the Network which read in part, "there is insufficient evidence on which to prosecute pursuant to the federal civil rights statutes.
The head of the Justice Department's Civil Rights Division William Bradford Reynolds sent a letter to the Network which read in part, "there is insufficient evidence on which to prosecute pursuant to the federal civil rights statutes.
Fried says Cooper was a "vigorous advocate" for his boss William Bradford Reynolds' position at the time, which was that any remedy for racial discrimination has to be victim-specific.
Professor Johnson cites appointees such as Ann Gorsuch at the Environmental Protection Agency, James Watt at Interior, William Bradford Reynolds, who led the civil rights division at the Department of Justice, and Clarence Thomas, who was first an ...
President Reagan's civil rights chief, William Bradford Reynolds, faced criticism from advocacy groups who said he refused to enforce civil rights laws.
Reagan's assistant attorney general for civil rights, William Bradford Reynolds, began defending the president's opposition to civil rights programs by insisting that Reagan's actions were informed by King's colorblind philosophy.
Chuck Cooper and his then-boss, civil rights division chief William Bradford Reynolds, signed the brief and actually meant it.
... by any covert means necessary, from having Reagan launch his campaign with a states rights speech across town from where murdered Civil Rights workers once were buried in a dam to the nomination in 1985 of William Bradford Reynolds to be assistant ...


 

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