Source: (2006) In, Elster, Jon, editor, Retribution and Repatriation in the Transition to Democracy Cambridge University Press, New York, pp.317-326
The contributors to Part II and III of this volume have surveyed some fifteen cases of transitional justice in new or restored democracies, clustered around 1945-50 and 1983-98. In this final chapter I shall go beyond these individual cases, to consider some broader issues. (excerpt). Topics include: lessons from the past; rectifying historical injustice, remembering historical injustice, and the future of transitional justice.
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