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Focus on Resistance, Rights, and Justice

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Vol. 19, No. 3 (1992)

This issue explores the interplay between ascendant political movements and the institutionalization of their demands for justice. Articles discuss impunity versus human rights in Guatemala, Israel's repressive control over the West Bank and Gaza, U.S. government corruption in its failure to enforce occupational health and safety legislation, and the relation of voting rights to the incidence of violence against women in Oregon. Violations of human rights are viewed internationally and domestically, with emphasis on the balance between political rights and social and economic rights.

ISSN: 1043-1578. Published quarterly by Social Justice, P.O. Box 40601, San Francisco, CA 94140.

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Gregory Shank and Paul Takagi (eds.)

Editorial: Resistance, Rights, and Justice

Gregory Shank

Confronting the Question of Justice in Guatemala

Patti McSherry and Raúl Mejía Molina

People's Courts, Postmodern Difference, and Socialist Justice in South Africa

George Pavlich

Israeli Control and Palestinian Resistance

Fouad Moughrabi

Government Breaks the Law: The Sabotaging of the Occupational Safety and Health Act

Harry Brill

Female Suffrage, Male Violence, and Law Enforcement in Lane County, Oregon, 1853-1860: An Ascending Analysis of Power

Neil Websdale

The Good Old Days

Patricia Pedersen

And Justice Wept

Evelyn Shann

Judgment Seat

David Dod

Making Sense of Crime: A Review Essay on Jack Katz's Seductions of Crime

Jeff Ferrell

Review of Reiman, Justice and Modern Moral Philosophy

Dragan Milovanovic

From Criminal Justice to Moral Philosophy: Reply to Dragan Milovanovic

Jeffrey Reiman

Review of Shoemaker, Theories of Delinquency

Michael J. Lynch

Review of Woman Abuse: Sociological Perspectives, by Walter DeKeseredy and Ronald Hinch

Kersti Yllö

Review of Watney, Policing Desire: Pornography, AIDS, and the Media

Chris McCormick