White Violence & Black Reponse

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We are taught that America is a society based on respect for the law and orderly procedures. That the Constitution stands as a safeguard of individual freedom, and the courts and the police are supposedly established to enforce the law. When a controversial issue arises in the American fabric, it is to be resolved not in the streets but through the democratic processes of elections. Yet, for blacks these liberal values have been turned into their opposites. The courts have most often stood silent in the face of racist ...

White Violence & Black Reponse 1988, University of Massachusetts Press, Amherst

ISBN-13: 9780870235788

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