Duquesne Law Review


Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 has recently celebrated its fifth anniversary. While it is difficult at this point to assess the longrange impact which this controversial piece of civil rights legislation will have on employment and personnel policies throughout the country, it can be safely stated that the Act has thus far created a field day for the nation's lawyers. Perforce, both they and the judiciary have become fellow travelers along the tortuous paths which lead to ultimate enforcement of the Act's substantive guarantees.

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