by Wallace Hettle
An introduction to the core ideas of the Critical Race Theory movement and its founding thinkers suggests the right today isn't mad about ideas, but wants a new and scary-sounding term to justify their ongoing opposition to racial equality.
SOURCE: The New Yorker
Derrick Bell's frustrations with the limits of liberal individualism in civil rights jurisprudence pushed him to develop the important critique of institiutional racism in the law.
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