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This Article describes a form of discrimination – called non-determinative discrimination – that involves types of conduct that are not covered by current doctrine but that should be protected in order to serve the purposes of the laws against discrimination. It addresses the issue of mixed-motive discrimination and anticipates (and provides a framework for) the hostile environment claims of the 1990s.

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35 Buff. L. Rev. 85 (1986)