Chapter 47: Law, Race and Development
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This entry offers a critical examination of the nexus between the three which uncovers how they sometimes negatively co-constitute each other. The examination relies on a global historical analysis as well as an understanding of the different domestic contexts of this epicentre in the past and in the present. I conclude with suggestions for thinking differently about the relationship between race, law and development.

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