Oxford studies in postwar American political development.
In 'Mobilized by Injustice', Hannah L. Walker excavates the power of criminal justice to inspire political action. Mobilization results from the belief that one's experiences are a consequence of policies that target people like one's self on the basis of group affiliation like race, ethnicity and class. Walker offers a compelling account of the criminal justice system as a spark for the formation of a movement with the potential to remake American politics.
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