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Repairing the Past: Polarities of Restorative Justice

Shriver Jr., Donald W.
June 4, 2015

Source: (2007) Cross Currents.

A description and analysis of some of the restorative justice methods America uses to process and recompense past national and cultural tragedies, such as the events of September 11 and the long history of African-American slavery.


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