Race, Law and Public Policy-Third Edition by Robert Johnson Jr.
Race, Law and Public Policy examines the slavery, Jim Crow, desegregation, and equal opportunity eras; describes the major affirmative action cases since Bakke; compares and contrasts the legal responses to Black versus White crime, with a focus upon death penalty cases applied to African Americans; analyzes the legal response to African American and Native American liberation efforts, and traces federal government efforts to destroy these movements and communities.
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