Race, Law and Public Policy - Robert Johnson, Jr.
Race, Law and Public Policy is an examination of slavery, Jim Crow, desegregation, and equal opportunity eras. Johnson compares and contrasts the legal responses to "Black" crime versus "White" crime with a focus on death penalty cases applied to Blacks; analyzes the legal responses to Black liberation efforts; and traces government efforts to destroy the Black community. 1998*, 2002. 446 pgs. Paperback.
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