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Patricia J. Williams
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"It will be a book about the jurisprudence of rights. I will attempt to apply so-called critical thought to legal studies...My book will concern itself with the interplay of commerce and constitutional protections and will be organized around discussion of three basic jurisprudential forces: autonomy, community, and order." (Chapter 1, pg. 6.)

"I was acutely aware that the choice of identifying as black (as opposed to white?) was hardly mine; that as long as I am identified as black by the majority of others, my own identifying as black will almost surely follow as a simple fact of human interdependency." (Chapter 1, pg. 10.)

"My conviction is that aspects of the social contract are characterized by strategies of evasion or control embedded in American symbology, a symbology that is rooted in a certain ahistoricism." (Chapter 2, pg. 15.)

"I see her shape and his hand in the vast networking of our society, and in...

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