Court of Appeal: The Black Community Speaks Out on the Racial and Sexual Politics of Clarence Thomas Vs. Anita Hill

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Robert Chrisman, Robert L. Allen
Ballantine Books, 1992 - Social Science - 290 pages
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Blacks interpret the implications of Thomas vs. Hill

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I went back and re-read some of the essays a couple of years ago during the anniversary of the hearings. They are still interesting, In particular, Orlando Patterson (who tried to use a cultural ... Read full review

Court of appeal: the Black community speaks out on the racial and sexual politics of Clarence Thomas vs. Anita Hill

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The editors have done a fine job of selecting a broad spectrum of commentary by notable black Americans on the controversial confirmation hearings of Clarence Thomas. Reading their selections makes it ... Read full review

Contents

Statement of Judge Clarence Thomas to the Senate Judiciary
7
Statement of Professor Anita F Hill to the Senate Judiciary
15
Second Statement from Judge Clarence Thomas October
22
Copyright

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About the author (1992)

Allen is the Editorial Director of Mensa the high IQ Society.

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