Without Justice for All

Without Justice for All

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A new critique of public policy in the U.S. regarding race reveals how the nation's political and policy-making elite came to abandon notions of egalitarianism and the role of institutional racism to embrace the idea that minorities are responsible for their lot in life.Throughout, the book responds critically to the now conventional argument that liberalism must be reconfigured in ways that retreat from immediate identification with the interests of labor, minorities, and the poor.

Title:Without Justice for All
Author:Adolph L. Reed
Publisher:Westview Press - 2001-03-01


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