From colonization and slavery to immigration and urban planning, race has been intrinsically linked to law and politics in the history of the United States. In this current political climate, it has become increasingly clear that law and politics, while intended to serve all, do not do so equally.
Cambridge University Press is proud to present our collection of content on race, law, and politics. Explore books and journal articles that examine US law and politics through the lens of race. Topics range from elections and political leadership to criminal justice, and are integral for anyone interested in US domestic affairs. Enjoy and please feel free to share!
- Cambridge Law and Politics
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