2 edition of Elusive Justice the U S Administration of Justice Program in Latin America found in the catalog.
Elusive Justice the U S Administration of Justice Program in Latin America
by Washington Office on Latin
Written in English
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in Latin America, there has been surprisingly a lack of serious academic attention to this subject. 2 This study is an attempt to initiate some basic research into the dimensions of police- military relations and how it affects U.S. policy in the by: 1. Jon Hurwitz talked about his book Justice in America: The Separate Realities of Blacks and Whites, about the differing realities of blacks and whites .
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