Washington University Law Quarterly
It is not the purpose of this Article to deal at length with the evolution of judicial doctrine and legislative action affecting voting rights. Rather, I shall attempt a sketch of two things here: the background and implications of a recently decided case in which a state’s personal-registration statute was struck down by a federal court, and my own involvement in the case.
Walter Dean Burnham,
A Political Scientist and Voting-Rights Litigation: The Case of the 1966 Texas Registration Statute,
1971 Wash. U. L. Q. 335
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