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A Way Out: America's Ghettos and the Legacy of Racism

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von Owen Fiss
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Titel: A Way Out: America's Ghettos and the Legacy of Racism
Autor/en: Owen Fiss

ISBN: 0691088810
EAN: 9780691088815
New.
Sprache: Englisch.
Herausgegeben von Joshua Cohen, Jefferson Decker
PRINCETON UNIV PR

Februar 2003 - gebunden - 144 Seiten

"Making an entirely novel proposal, this book is fair, accurate, and just plain smart. I have not seen so bold a public policy pronouncement in quite some time."--Samuel Issacharoff, Columbia Law School"Fiss sets forth with admirable clarity and rigor an integrationist manifesto for the early twenty-first century. The most striking aspect of his book is the unembarrassed, unequivocal, unblinking manner in which Fiss champions a position that has been in retreat since the mid 1960s. Fiss is boldly and seriously advancing ideas that will be scoffed at by dominant sectors of both the political right and the political left."--Randall Kennedy, Harvard Law School
Preface BY JOSHUA COHEN, JEFFERSON DECKER, AND JOEL ROGERS ix
PART I: What Should Be Done for Those Who Have Been Left Behind? by OWEN FISS 3
PART II: Down by Law BY RICHARD FORD 47
Communities, Capital, and Conflicts BY TRACEY L. MEARES 51
Better Neighborhoods? BY ROBERT COLES 57
Beyond Moralizing BY J. PHILLIP THOMPSON 60
Creating Options BY JENNIFER HOCHSCHILD 68
Exit and Redevelopment BY GARY ORFIELD 74
Relocation Works BY JAMES E.ROSENBAUM 79
Unlikely Times BY ALEXANDER POLIKOFF 85
Against Social Engineering BY JIM SLEEPER 92
If Baldwin Could Speak BY STEVEN GREGORY 102
PART III: A Task Unfinished BY OWEN FISS 113
Notes on the Contributors 127
Index 129

Owen Fiss is Sterling Professor of Law at Yale University. His books include "The Irony of Free Speech, Liberalism Divided", and "The Civil Rights Injunction". Joshua Cohen is Leon and Anne Goldberg Professor of Humanities and Professor of Philosophy and Political Science at MIT. He is Editor of "Boston Review". Jefferson Decker, a former managing editor of "Boston Review", is a graduate student in U.S. History at Columbia University. Joel Rogers is the John D. MacArthur Professor of Law, Political Science, and Sociology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and founder and director of the Center on Wisconsin Strategy (COWS).
"Fiss sets forth with admirable clarity and rigor an integrationist manifesto for the early twenty-first century. The most striking aspect of his book is the unembarrassed, unequivocal, unblinking manner in which Fiss champions a position that has been in retreat since the mid 1960s. Fiss is boldly and seriously advancing ideas that will be scoffed at by dominant sectors of both the political right and the political left."
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