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1 Introduction: How War and the Black Civil Rights Movement Changed America 1 2 "This Is War and This Is a War Measure": Racial Equality Becomes National Security 21 3 National Security and Equal Rights: Limits and Qualifications 66 4 "We Were Advancing the Really Revolutionary View of Discrimination": Designating Official Minorities for Affirmative Action in Employment 85 5 "In View of the Existence of the Other Significant Minorities": The Expansion of Affirmative Action for Minority Capitalists 143 6 "Race Is a Very Relevant Personal Characteristic": Affirmative Admissions, Diversity, and the Supreme Court 165 7 "Learn, Amigo, Learn!": Bilingual Education and Language Rights in the Schools 179 8 "I Agree with You about the Inherent Absurdity": Title IX and Women's Equality in Education 230 9 White Males and the Limits of the Minority Rights Revolution: The Disabled, White Ethnics, and Gays 263 10 Conclusion: The Rare American Epiphany 328