In the Matter of Color

In the Matter of Color

Race and the American Legal Process

Book - 1978-
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In his first book, Judge A. Leon Higginbotham, Jr., one of the first five African Americans to become a federal judge, shows how the law itself contributed to inflicting injustice on millions of Americans, solely on the basis of their color. For many readers - even those well-steeped in African-American studies or American history or the law - this book will stir new passions.
Publisher: New York : Oxford University Press, 1978-
ISBN: 9780195023879
0195023870
Branch Call Number: 326 H635
Characteristics: volumes : illustrations

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