Let this comment on Dean Countryman's article begin with a statement of those portions of his analysis with which the writer is in complete agreement. First, as a matter of general constitutional approach, I agree with his opposition to the assertion that there are ascertainable "neutral principles" of constitutional law. It seems inescapable to me that neutrality or lack thereof is in the eye of the beholder.
Jerre S. Williams,
A Critique of "The Constitution and Job Discrimination",
39 Wash. L. Rev.
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