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King, Richard. 2010. “SOCIAL JUSTICE AND AMERICAN CULTURE”. TRAILS: Teaching Resources and Innovations Library for Sociology, April. Washington DC: American Sociological Association.


Liberty and justice have never been for all in the United States. In fact, from its inception,
a number of troubling contradictions have structured American culture--a democracy in which many could not vote, 'a more perfect union' in which freedom for some meant enslavement for others. Even today, everyday encounters and institutional practices too...

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Peace, War, World Conflict, and Conflict Resolution
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College 300

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