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More Justice, More Peace: The Black Person's Guide to the American Legal System (Black Person's Guides)
More Justice, More Peace: The Black Person's Guide to the American Legal System (Black Person's Guides)
by Nedra D. Campbell
Edition: Paperback
61 used & new from $1.04

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars excellent overview, March 9, 2003
this book is an excellent overview if you are say.. having a problem with your landlord.. to workers comp to tryin to bail out a friend or family member. We all have misconceptions and notions about the law, and Miss Campbell clears up a lot of them. Questions that you can find answers to prior to calling a lawyer and sitting down for a consultation. Its particularly important in the black community where access to lawyers and legal help are limited. As a former police officer so many citizens would ask me legal questions that they needed answered. If this book had been around I could have referred them to it to clear up their preconceptions. Well written as well.


Now, Let Me Tell You What I Really Think
Now, Let Me Tell You What I Really Think
by Christopher Matthews
Edition: Hardcover
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars As deep as a puddle, April 17, 2002
I'd always enjoyed Matthews via his column or appearances on the McLaughlin show...this book however is fluff. After the fine biography he put forth in Kennedy & Nixon Matthews obviously took note of the loot O'Reilly pulled in and figured to get in on it. His chapters are extremely short and the analysis the same. Saying nothing at all new about either Al Gore or Bill Clinton, I found his pages on his childhood actually more interesting. Sad to say that was merely because the other chapters were so bad. A book that adds nothing to any debate goin on anywhere.


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