Many Americans Believe Courts Unfair To Minorities, Poll Finds

March 1999
Jet;03/22/99, Vol. 95 Issue 16, p39
States that many Americans believe that the United States courts do not provide equal justice for racial minorities. Comments by Philip Anderson, president of the American Bar Association; Results of a telephone survey on the justice system.


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