Putting the Active in Activism -- at Home, Abroad, and in Puerto Rico

Shahshahani, Azadeh
March 2013
Guild Notes;Spring2013, Vol. 38 Issue 1, p1
An introduction is presented which discusses several reports within the issue in relation to the National Lawyers Guild including one about militarized police mobilization, one about the U.S. Supreme Court Voting Rights Act, and one about Puerto Rico's convention.


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