Governing Race: Policy, Process, and the Politics of Race


Moore argues there is a fundamental misfit between race and American governance structures. Race is among the set of issues that cannot be effectively resolved through standard governance processes. Moore analyzes congressional proceedings relating to the thirteen major civil rights laws that have been enacted and concludes that because race lacks a consensual undercurrent it is incompatible with standard governance processes.


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