Forty years after school integration became the law of the land, African-American poverty, isolation, and despair are as deep as ever. Thirty years after the environmental revolution of the 1960s, our environment continues to deteriorate. Why have these and so many other hopeful revolutions failed? Focusing on the crucial discipline of the law,

part Two|41 pages

On the Difficulty of Hearing What Our Prophets Are Saying

part Three|19 pages

Why We Always Embrace Moderate Solutions (or Saviors)

part Four|34 pages

Supreme Court (and Other) Rhetoric: How the Way Powerful Institutions Talk Can Devalue and Marginalize Outsider Groups

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chapter |2 pages


On the Relation Between Hope and Struggle: A Concluding Message for the Young Lawyer