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Historical redress

Richard Vernon

Historical redress

must we pay for the past?

by Richard Vernon

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Published by Continuum in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Philosophy,
  • Responsibility,
  • Reparations for historical injustices,
  • Justice (Philosophy)

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementRichard Vernon
    SeriesThink now
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsB105.J87 V47 2012
    The Physical Object
    Paginationpages cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25150474M
    ISBN 109781441121318, 9781441166517, 9781441159786, 9781441180896
    LC Control Number2011048716

    This book discusses the variety of experiences with memory through which individuals, groups and communities making sense of a difficult past, the legacy of a specific socio-cultural and social landscape – that of eastern European communism. Redress for Historical Injustices in the United States: On Reparations for Slavery, Jim Crow, and Their Legacies / Edition 1 available in Paperback, NOOK Book Price: $

      Long Road to Redress. Comprehensive legislation apologizing for internment and compensating its victims had to wait for more than a generation after World War II until a phalanx of influential nikkei Members of Congress drew attention to the issue. The effort involved pushing back against Cold War–era legislative initiatives that again gave the U.S. government . The following chronology provides a brief historical framework for the teachings of the Prophet Joseph Smith presented in this book. , December Born in Sharon, Windsor County, Vermont, the fifth child of eleven in the family of Joseph Smith Sr. and Lucy Mack Smith.

    This title provides an introduction to the philosophical implications of the recent surge of political and ethical interest in historical redress. Should the British Museum return the Elgin Marbles to Greece? Should settler societies in North America and. Critics who believe that ‘the politics of recognition’ drives out ‘the politics of recognition’ often cite movements for redress of group-specific historic injustices as one of their main examples. These redress movements are said to rely on a ‘politics of grievance’ that nurtures distrust between groups, rather than building trust and solidarity across ethnic and racial lines.


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Historical redress by Richard Vernon Download PDF EPUB FB2

The last twenty years have seen a remarkable surge of political and ethical interest in historical redress - that is, the righting of old wrongs. In this fascinating book, Richard Vernon argues that whatever the kind of redress that's at issue, and whether the wrong is large or small, an important philosophical issue arises.

Redress for Historical Injustices in the United States: On Reparations for Slavery, Jim Crow, and Their Legacies [Martin, Michael T., Yaquinto, Marilyn] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Redress for Historical Injustices in the United States: On Reparations for Slavery, Jim Crow, and Their LegaciesPrice: $   Unfortunately much of the information they repeated was either incorrect, misleading a myth or sometimes a combination of all three.

David Johnson (formerly of Lima, Oh) has spent more than 40 years researching the history of Fort Amanda and in published this book, "Fort Amanda - A Historical Redress" that addresses many of those issues/5(2). This book, a “must-read” for anyone interested in the field, and has the potential to emerge as a standard work as it clarifies and defines central concepts (historical institutional child abuse, redress), challenges the theoretical framework of restorative and transitional justice, and most importantly, offers a matrix of queries for.

Editorial Reviews Who Is Afraid of Historical Redress. is a worthy contribution to the literature on memory studies in Israel. The author’s choice of case studies coupled with her analysis of state responses to redress campaigns more than demonstrates the role that memory plays in the construction of state identity concerning episodes of historical : Ruth Amir.

'In Historical Redress: Must We Pay for the Past. Richard Vernon provides a thorough, critical and thought-provoking examination of the answers that philosophers have given to this question. His book both informs and engages non-specialist readers and challenges the present preoccupation with historical justice and memory.'.

Historical Redress is divided to five substantive chapters, each one dedicated to one particular aspect of the debate regarding the justifiability of historical redress. The first chapter deals with the general problem of past wrongs, that is, how is it that deceased people have rights or interests that survive them.

Essays theorize the historical and legal bases of claims for redress; examine the history, strengths, and limitations of the reparations movement; and explore its relation to human rights and social justice movements in the United States and abroad.

"Historical Memories of the Japanese American Internment and the Struggle for Redress is more than just a reflection on the various contours of memory can assume, It is also about strategic deployment of memory to achieve particular ends, in this case an offical apology and redress for the unjust internment of Japanese Americans during World War II.

With an emphasis on ethics, Vernon distinguishes three types of claims of historical redress: restitution, compensation and apology (7).

The book considers several challenges to these claims, including the fact that dealing with events that happened in the past distracts us from the present; that standards and people have changed; and that so.

In this fascinating book, Richard Vernon argues that whatever the kind of redress that's at issue, and whether the wrong is large or small, an important philosophical issue arises. # Reparations for historical injustices--Philosophy\/span>\n \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0 \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n schema:name\/a> \" Historical redress: must we pay for.

An exceptional resource, this comprehensive reader brings together primary and secondary documents related to efforts to redress historical wrongs against African Americans. These varied efforts are often grouped together under the rubric “reparations movement,” and they are united in their goal of “repairing” the injustices that have followed from the long history of slavery and.

It generates both historical and contemporary responsibilities for redress and questions precisely those features of our order that we take for granted. Reviews ‘This is a major contribution to our thinking about historical injustice, and especially innovative in taking the position of women as a paradigmatic by: 1.

In the PAN-JAPAN special issue NEGLECTED LEGACIES: Japanese American Women and the Redress/Reparations Movement, guest editor Lane Ryo Hirabayashi, an Asian American studies professor at UCLA (where he is also the George & Sakaye Aratani chair in Japanese American Incarceration, Redress, and Community), acknowledges.

Redress also aims to address older historical issues that inform contemporary crises and political tension, including in democracies.

For example, it addresses historical injustices towards indigenous peoples who suffer from colonialism and its legacies and those who live in long-standing democracies. "Three strands woven into a single fabric": Japanese American history and the struggle to obtain redress Multiple histories of internment and the passage of redress legislation Representations of internment in art and media, and the lessons of history.

Subject headings. Indeed, on Jan. 26,the Japanese government bestowed upon Ujifusa the Order of the Rising Sun, Gold and Silver Rays, the equivalent of a knighthood, for his pivotal role, as redress strategy chair for the Japanese American Citizen League, both for developing a justification for redress that appealed to liberals and conservatives alike in.

Free Online Library: Historical Memories of the Japanese American Internment and the Struggle for Redress.(Book review) by "California History"; Regional focus/area studies Books Book reviews. Historical Redress von Richard Vernon (ISBN ) bestellen. Schnelle Lieferung, auch auf Rechnung - Money for Justice: Ex Gratia Redress for Historical Institutional Abuse.

In The Sexual Abuse of Children: Recognition and Redres, eds. Yorick Smaal, Amanda Kaladelfos, and. Redress for Historical Injustices in the United States is a thorough assessment of the past, present, and future of the modern reparations movement. “For educators, this book is fundamentally useful Most helpful for the classroom, though, is the final section of primary sources.

These include federal acts and resolutions, state.“Fort Amanda- A Historical Redress,” addresses many of the myths, misconceptions and falsehoods written about Fort Amanda over the past years. Most of the information presented will no doubt be new to readers, and some of it perhaps even controversial.Who is Afraid of Historical Redress?

analyzes three cases of historical redress in Israel: the Yemeni children affair, the tinea capitis irradiations, and the claims for the return of native land of the two Christian Palestinian villages of Iqrit and Bir’im. All three cases were redressed under the juridical edifice of legal thought and action.