University of Arkansas at Little Rock - William H. Bowen School of Law
October 13, 2009
Harvard BlackLetter Law Journal/Harvard Journal on Race and Ethnic Justice, Vol. 25, p. 199, 2009
Racist has become a largely meaningless term of political invective-like . . . Liberal, Neocon[servative], name your favorite term of political invective. In the opinionation business, being called a racist isn’t so much an insult as an occupational hazard. As often as it’s thrown around, the term Racist has come to mean anybody you really, really dislike. Or just really, really disagree with.
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Keywords: racism, equality, civil rights, equal protection, social justiceAccepted Paper Series
Date posted: October 16, 2009
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