Patricia Williams - This person was born in 1951, graduated from Harvard Law School in 1975 and later went on to to teach at Dartmouth College, wrote a column for "The Nation", and became the James L. Dohr Professor of Law at Columbia Law School.
The Critical Legal Studies Movement - This was a school of thought that began in the 1970's.
American Blacks - This group of people were used as a way to defend the author's philosophy of law.
The Rich and Powerful - This group of people used the law to defend their interests against the demands of others.
Professional Blacks - This group of people were isolated from the community because of their careers.
Williams' Colleagues and Friends - This group of people were often mentioned without being named specifically.
Williams' Sister - This person was a source of inspiration and was a close friend...
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