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Breaking the Cycles of Hatred:
Memory, Law, and Repair
Martha Minow
Introduced and with commentaries edited by Nancy L. Rosenblum

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Acknowledgments vii
Introduction: Memory, Law, and Repair by NANCY L. ROSENBLUM 1
1. Breaking the Cycles of Hatred 14
Memory and Hate: Are There Lessons from Around the World? 14
Regulating Hatred: Whose Speech, Whose Crimes, Whose Power? 31
Between Nations and Between Intimates: Can Law Stop the Violence? 56
by MARTHA MINOW
2. Justice and the Experience of Injustice by NANCY L. ROSENBLUM 77
3. Righting Old Wrongs by MARC GALANTER 107
4. Reluctant Redress: The U.S. Kidnapping and Internment of Japanese Latin Americans by ERIC K. YAMAMOTO 132
5. Memory, Hate, and the Criminalization of Bias-Motivated Violence: Lessons from Great Britain by FREDERICK M. LAWRENCE 140
6. Collective Memory, Collective Action, and Black Activism in the 1960s by FREDRICK C. HARRIS 154
7. Beyond Memory: Child Sexual Abuse and the Statute of Limitations by ROSS E. CHEIT AND CAREY JAROS 170
8. Peace on Earth Begins at Home: Reflections from the Women's Liberation Movement by JUDITH LEWIS HERMAN 188
9. The Thin Line between Imposition and Consent: A Critique of Birthright Membership Regimes and Their Implications by AYELET SHACHAR 200
10. When Memory Speaks: Remembrance and Revenge in Unforgiven by AUSTIN SARAT 236
11. Power, Violence, and Legitimacy: A Reading of Hannah Arendt in an Age of Police Brutality and Humanitarian Intervention by IRIS MARION YOUNG 260
Notes on Contributors 289
Index 291

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