A Testimonial Contribution to the 25th Anniversary Issue of Social Justice
Andre Gunder Frank explores the global processes, structures, and institutions that seem to generate the greatest injustice and raises questions such as whether injustice is even more rampant on the private, interpersonal level (e.g., domestic violence, abuse, oppression, and exploitation) than at the relatively more institutionally and legally protected social level. He cautions against the belief that any existing or potentially imaginary “system” can offer, much less guarantee, justice — whether social or private — for ensuring social justice is and will be an ongoing process.
politics [practical], social justice [periodical]
Citation: Social Justice Vol. 26, No. 2 (1999): 51-55