Race, Wealth, Income Gap, Legal Inequality


This Article attempts to demonstrate that legal and racial disparities are taken into account in legal decisions and throughout the legal system, despite people's belief and hope that the law is color and wealth blind. Furthermore, this Article demonstrates that race has always affected U.S. law and the legal system. Finally, prominent examples of race-and-class-neutral law are not neutral at all, but include some inherent biases.

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