University of Hawaii at Manoa - William S. Richardson School of Law
September 1, 2001
Florida State University Law Review, Vol. 29, No. 1, 2001
Dalia Tsuk's article substantially enriches our understanding of the multiple forms and complexities of pluralism.' She achieves this admirably through her focus on Felix Solomon Cohen and the Indian New Deal. Her cogent elaboration of Cohen's changing notions underscores how entangled ideas about pluralism remain today. Succinctly placing Cohen's evolving ideas within the context of his own times and his personal life, Tsuk wisely reminds us of how scholars of the first half of the last century both anticipated and could not resolve the most basic issues within the continuing debate about pluralism.
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Date posted: January 28, 2010
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