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Injustice and Scholarship AND Response to Commentaries

Kousser, J. Morgan (2000) Injustice and Scholarship AND Response to Commentaries. Social Science History, 24 (2). pp. 415-450. ISSN 0145-5532.

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[Injustice and Scholarship] Colorblind Injustice largely derives from my work as an expert witness in federal voting rights cases. A vignette from one particularly important case, Garza v. Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors (1990), and a relatively brief summary may give those who have not yet read the book both a feel for its scope and a sense of how the issues it deals with impact real people. [Response to Commentaries] The often kind and always interesting comments of Larry Griffin, David James, and Bradley Palmquist touch different aspects of Colorblind Injustice. Let me respond to them, in effect, in chronological order, according to which periods of history illuminate the comments the most.

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Additional Information:© 2000 by the Social Science History Association. Published by Duke University Press. Introduction: Injustice and Scholarship: pgs. 415-421. Responses to commentaries: pgs. 443-450.
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