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Although Americans have come to some consensus against penalizing people for their differences based on race, sex, sexual orientation, religion and disability, we still routinely deny equal treatment to people who refuse to cover, who refuse to downplay these differences. Acclaimed legal scholar Kenji Yoshino argues that the often tacit demand to cover poses a very real threat to our civil rights. With passion and rigor, he shows that the work of defending American civil rights will not be complete until it attends to the harms of coerced conformity. Entirely unmarked with fresh and crisp pages! 😊 Condition: 8/10


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