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Unequal under Law

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Published by University of Chicago Press in Chicago .
Written in English


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Doris Marie Provine provides these answers in Unequal Under Law: Race in the War on Drugs (University of Chicago Press, ). She gets the reader's attention immediately on the first page of the introductory chapter with a case against year-old black male named Edward James Clary in the eastern federal District Court of by: Unequal under Law: Race in the War on Drugs - Kindle edition by Provine, Doris Marie.

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drug policy whose onerous impact on racial minorities has been willfully ignored 5/5(1). In this way, Unequal under Law also works as a case study of the capacity of law to achieve progressive social change, with important insights into the social and political conditions which constrain legal results A fascinating study demonstrating the importance and complexity of racial divisions in the United : Doris Marie Provine.

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) and index Racial discrimination in the eyes of the law -- Race in America's first war on drugs -- Negro cocaine fiends, Mexican marijuana smokers, and Chinese opium addicts: the drug menace in racial relief -- Congress on crack: how race-neutral language hides racial meaning -- The racial impact of the war on Pages:   Buy Unequal under Law: Race in the War on Drugs by Provine, Doris Marie (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

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Marie Provine’s Unequal Under Law is elegantly written and stands as an exemplar of the best of law and society scholarship. It offers a nuanced and kaleidoscopic examination of the persistence of rac-ism in America and exposes the roles and res-ponsibilities of the law in sustaining racism.

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Table of contents for Unequal under law: race in the war on drugs / Doris Marie Provine. Contents may have variations from the printed book or be incomplete or contain other coding. Contents Introduction Chapter 1 Racial Discrimination in the Eyes of the Law Chapter 2 Race in America¿s First War on Drugs Chapter 3 Negro Cocaine Fiends.

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This in no way implies that individuals and/or groups should yield equality of outcomes. ing equal treatment under the law for all citizens, in the critical area of criminal justice, racial inequality appears to be growing, not receding, and our criminal laws, while facially neutral, are enforced in a manner that is massively and pervasively biased.

This report reveals serious findings of systematic unequal treat-File Size: KB. Equality before the law, also known as equality under the law, equality in the eyes of the law, legal equality, or legal egalitarianism, is the principle that each independent being must be treated equally by the law (principle of isonomy) and that all are subject to the same laws of justice (due process).

Therefore, the law must guarantee that no individual nor group of individuals be.Where law enforcement agencies are unequal to a task, They treat them as unequal under the law, as lacking full civil capacity, as not having the property rights, Divided into three unequal parts, Levi's book first devotes two chapters to the failure of scholasticism.Since we ordinarily say that the principle of generality captures the idea of equality under law, access to health care.

Moreover, if the laws accommodate the diversity of resources in the community, the rule of law may permit a more unequal, and potentially more unjust, () (book review) (emphasis omitted). [6].