[SOLUTION] Sexual Abuse of Child
Howard Zinn wrote during the 1970s The law conceals many things. The law is the Bill of Rights. In fact, that is what we think of when we develop our reverence for the law. The law is something that protects us; the law is our right-the law is the Constitution But there is another part of the law that doesnt get ballyhooed-the legislation that has gone through month after month, year after year, from the beginning of the Republic, which allocates the resources of the country in such a way as to leave some people very rich and other people very poor, and still others scrambling like mad for what little is left. That is the law. Based on clear definitions and your reading and study of the various documents throughout this course, is Zinn right to imply that the legal basis of American capitalism contradicts the fundamental principles of our republic? Give some examples of how American institutions have exemplified these different forms of law. Can these two conceptions of law be reconciled? How so or why not? (Zinn, pgs. 483-488)
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