San Francisco, CA: California Commission on Law and Social Action of the American Jewish Congress, 1965. Various pagings, vol. 3, Summer 1965, mild soiling on back cover and slightly worn, office filing note on front cover, features three of the briefs filed to challenge the constitutionality of 1963 ballot measure Proposition 14 which invalidated laws prohibiting racial discrimination in housing, 1. The C.L.S.A. "master brief."--2. The supplemental brief in Thomas v. Goulias (including the Earl Raab affidavit)--3. The NAACP Legal Defense Fund brief. Law Commentary.
This case put the final nail in the coffin of racial covenants and legal housing discrimination in California and established the legal precedent that the 14th Amendment to the US Constitution supersedes any state law or constitutional provision that allows racial discrimination.