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From:Journal of African American Studies (Vol. 23, Issue 1-2) Peer-ReviewedThis paper examines critically the ascendance and roles of Black policy specialists as major contributors to the public policy discussion of America's postindustrial-managerial society during the 1980s. The paper looks...
From:Journal of African American Studies (Vol. 22, Issue 1) Peer-ReviewedConventional studies of urban poverty largely blame African Americans for their impoverished situation and the consequent social difficulties that arise there from. This paper confronts and indicts that perspective....
From:American Economist (Vol. 60, Issue 1) Peer-ReviewedEconomic analysis of law is applied to various models derived from a recent breach of contract by Hyundai Motor Company (Co.), which overstated the fuel economy of its Elantra model. The paper explores appropriate...
From:The Chronicle of Higher Education (Vol. 48, Issue 38)Byline: DANNY POSTEL BIG-THINK BOOKS: The moniker "A New America Book, Published by Basic Books, a Member of the Perseus Books Group" might not be the catchiest of locutions, but it will soon denote a new series. As...
From:The Canadian Journal of Human Sexuality (Vol. 24, Issue 2) Peer-ReviewedConsideration of Jewish women's lives and experiences during the Holocaust became a priority only late in the 20th century. Scholars focused on women's roles as homemakers, wives, breadwinners, supporters and resistors,...
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