REPARATIONS TO AFRICAN-AMERICANS: THE ONLY REMEDY FOR THE U.S. GOVERNMENT’S FAILURE TO ENFORCE THE 13TH, 14TH, AND 15TH AMENDMENTSConnecticut Public Interest Law Journal
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AbstractThis article takes a hard look at U.S. history: the political, the social, and the legal landscape after the passage of the 13th, 14th, and 15th Amendments. The author wholeheartedly believes that the Reparations dialogue must continue. Many, including well-educated Americans, are solidly divided on this important issue and have taken the position that Reparations should be buried because American slaves are buried. In spite of the difficulties, we must study and question the societal norms that led to major changes in the United States and forge ahead to find a solution to the issues that adversely affect a major portion of America’s citizenry. Reparations have been used internationally as well as domestically and are not novel theories.
Date of Authorship for this Version6-1-2004
Citation InformationEdieth Y. Wu. "REPARATIONS TO AFRICAN-AMERICANS: THE ONLY REMEDY FOR THE U.S. GOVERNMENT’S FAILURE TO ENFORCE THE 13TH, 14TH, AND 15TH AMENDMENTS" (2004)
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