Tale of a failed nomination: Lani Guinier talks social justice

Rosenberg, Paul
June 1998
Christian Science Monitor;6/4/98, Vol. 90 Issue 132, pB8
Book Review
Reviews the book `Lift Every Voice: Turning a Civil Rights Setback Into a New Vision of Social Justice,' by Lani Guinier.


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