Breaking the Cycles of Hatred: Memory, Law, and Repair

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INDEX
action: bureaucracy and, 270–71; definition of, 264; vs. labor/work, 264, 270, 271; power and, 265–72; violence and, 264, 265
activism, black: Brown decision and, 160, 162; memory and, 154–65; micromobilization of, 158, 159–60; Montgomery Bus Boycott and, 160, 161; Scottsboro trials and, 160–61; Till murder and, 160, 161–64
Adios to Tears (Higashide), 135
adolescents, prevention of hatred in, 49–50
adoption, after child abuse, 60–61
Adoption Assistance and Child Welfare Act (1980), 60
Adoption and Safe Families Act (1997), 61, 72n.16
affinity, in voluntarism, 100–101
affirmative action programs, 119, 123
Afghanistan, 2
African Americans. See black Americans
aggression, gender and, 66–67
AIDS crisis, black community response to, 157
Akihito, Emperor of Japan, 118
Alabama: bus boycott in, 160, 161; Scottsboro trials in, 160–61, 166n.3
amnesia, traumatic, in child sexual abuse, 179, 180
Amnesty International, 87
Anan, Kofi, 57
Andreas, Peter, 218
Anti-Defamation League, 49, 149
apologies: forgiveness and, 99; functions of, 98–99; for old wrongs, 118; reconciliation and, 99; reparations and, 23–24, 98
Arendt, Hannah, 260–85; critique of, 261– 63; and humanitarian intervention, 281–85; on legitimacy and justification, 272–76; and police brutality, 277–81; on violence as rational and instrumental, 263–65; on violence vs. power, 265–76
Argentina, 89
Arizona State University, 33
Augustine, Saint, 238
Austin, Regina, 53n.34
authority, 267
Bad Axe Massacre, 108, 118, 124n.5
Balkans, peacekeeping efforts in, 194
battered woman defense, 71n.8
Bauböck, Rainer, 212
Baudrillard, Jean, 16
Beitz, Charles, 85
Bellah, Robert, 159
Benjamin, Walter, 107
Benzien, Jeffrey, 27
Berra, Yogi, 56, 70–71
Bethke, Judy, 58
Between Vengeance and Forgiveness (Minow), 58, 133
bias crime. See hate crime
Biehl, Amy, 26
Billings, Montana, hate crime in, 102
birthright membership regimes, 200–222; citizenship attribution, 201, 211–22; personal law, 201–11; problems with, 205–11

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