A Right to Discriminate?
Should the Boy Scouts of America and other noncommercial associations have a right to discriminate when selecting their members?
The book demonstrates that the ?right” to discriminate has a long and unpleasant history. Andrew Koppelman and Tobias Wolff bring together legal history, constitutional theory, and political philosophy to analyze how the law ought to deal with discriminatory private organizations.
how the case of Boy Scouts of America v. James Dale warped the law of free association
Signs of the times : the Dale opinion
The Solomon amendment litigation and other consequences of Dale
The neolibertarian proposal
Is the BSA being as bad as racists? : judging the BSA's antigay policy
Why regulate the BSA?
Associations, institutions, etc
Federal aid to higher education
From the critics
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