Colorblind Racial Profiling outlines the history of racial profiling practices and policies in the United States from 1974 to the present day. Drawing on a wide variety of sources including case law, newspaper and television reporting, government reports, and police manuals, author Guy Padula traces how institutionalized racial profiling spread across the nation and analyzes how the United States Supreme Court sanctioned the practice. Insightful and accessible, Colorblind Racial Profiling is essential reading for all those interested in the history of racial profiling and criminal justice in the United States.
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chapter Introduction chapter 1 He Didn't Go to Ireland chapter 2 We Didn't Really Know What We Were Looking For chapter 3 A Spirit of Apparent Cooperation chapter 4 Hit the Road Jack chapter 5 There Goes One Now chapter 6 That Magic Moment chapter 7 Disharmonic Convergences chapter 8 Even Hannibal Had a Map chapter 9 The Bronx Gulag.