1994 Crime Bill
Originally published 05/27/2016
Elizabeth Hinton, Julilly Kohler-Hausmann and Vesla M. Weaver
There’s no question that by the early 1990s, blacks wanted an immediate response to the crime, violence and drug markets in their communities. But even at the time, many were asking for something different from the crime bill.
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