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What's Fair: American Beliefs about Distributive Justice
Why There Is No Socialism in the United States Support for and Opposition to More Equality Norms of Distributive Justice and Three Domains of Life The Socializing Domain and the Principle of EqualityExpand
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Social Class in Public Schools
This article shows the pattern of socioeconomic class differences in schooling outcomes and indicates some of the causes for those differences that lie within the public realm. Those causes includeExpand
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The Skin Color Paradox and the American Racial Order
Dark-skinned blacks in the United States have lower socioeconomic status, more punitive relationships with the criminal justice system, diminished prestige, and less likelihood of holding electiveExpand
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Facing up to the American dream
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What School Boards Can and Cannot (or Will Not) Accomplish
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In the Wake of the Storm : Environment , Disaster , and Race After Katrina Executive Summary
The Russell Sage Foundation, one of the oldest of America's general purpose foundations, was established in 1907 by Mrs. Margaret Olivia Sage for " the improvement of social and living conditions inExpand
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DEMOCRACY REMIXED: BLACK YOUTH AND THE FUTURE OF AMERICAN POLITICS
is not provided with the more clear-cut exposition of patterns that would have been yielded had a more systematic comparative approach been used in which information on each case or country isExpand
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The New American Dilemma: Liberal Democracy and School Desegregation.
A provocative examination of school desegregation in America and how it does-and does not-succeed. "In this powerful tract on school desegregation, Jennifer Hochschild formulates the most searchingExpand
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When Do People Not Protest Unfairness?: The Case of Skin Color Discrimination
Dans cet article, l'A se penche sur la question de la discrimination raciale aux Etats-Unis. L'A analyse ici les raisons de l'acceptation parmi les populations afro-americaines de la discrimnation etExpand
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