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In History of the United States

Yet the civil rights project confronts its limits where the pursuit of enfranchisement coincides with a re-fortification of the state as the guarantor of rights and precludes the necessary critique?

This is a complex question and appears to come from Lisa Lowes Immigrant Acts...." . Without reading the book, I will hazard a guess as to the meaning of this statement. She (MORE)