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Words That Wound: Critical Race Theory, Assaultive Speech, And The First Amendment (New Perspectives on Law, Culture & Society) by Mari J Matsuda (1993-06-04)

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  • By DaGlobalist on January 1, 2018

    The key text for understanding the link between speech and violence. These renowned scholars make a sense for regulating speech that undermines the project of participatory democracy -- and thus materially undermines our nation's constitutional principles. Critical for anyone interested in understanding how free speech can be balanced with the principles of our democracy.

  • By Lucas Osborne on August 13, 2017

    Fantastic book on the intersections between Critical Race Theory (CRT) and legal theory. The fact is that structural racism is very real, and our supposedly neutral benevolent institutions are very much implicated in the continuation of racial oppression and discrimination today. Don't listen to the other negative reviewers. They do not make thoughtful contributions, and are promoting a right wing libertarian political agenda. Instead of engaging with topics and debating their merits, they prefer to write trashy contentless reviews that rely mainly on name calling. This book is truly great scholarship. See for yourself...

  • By A customer on March 9, 2000

    this book examines how free speech in this country intersects with assaultive speech.it challenges the thought that all speech should be protected, and engages you to examine the intent behind many words that we take for granted.matsuda is known as a constitutional scholar and passionate inquisitor into the blurry intersection of race, gender, the law, and language. whether you agree with her views or not, this book and the ideas put forth will challenge you to examine your own beliefs and expectations of what your civil rights are.

  • By J on November 24, 2014

    Critical reading to see the totalitarian desires of the Left and the Left's political demands' irreconcilability with the Constitution.Richard Delgado and Jean Stefancic are enemies of the Constituition and the individual liberties it tried to guarantee.The endgame of Richard Delgado and Jean Stefancic is kangaroo courts decided by emotion unencumbered by reasoning and law - Bolshevik death camps in the name of justice.


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