Black Robes, White Justice

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Carol Publishing Group, 1993 - African American judges - 214 pages
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The author, a New York State Supreme Court Justice and a black man, argues that our legal system is fundamentally unfair towards African Americans--and documents his assertion with many cases drawn from his long experience as a lawyer and judge. A timely and relevant subject in the aftermath of the Rodney King trials and the LA riots.

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Contents

Foreword
5
The Influence of the Early Years
19
Random Thoughts from a Life Long
41
Copyright

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