3 edition of Justice in suffocation seen from an African perspective found in the catalog.
Justice in suffocation seen from an African perspective
Includes bibliographical references (p. 177-182).
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Comparative Perspective: Early European and British Prisons 30 Summary 30 Key Terms 31 mutilation, drowning, suffocation, executions, and banishment (which in remote areas was tantamount to a death sentence).
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Albie Sachs, a South African legal scholar, in his book Justice in South Africa, points out that it is the courts and legal system—both judges and lawyers—that enforce and validate apartheid. He presents detailed arguments to show that the South African legal system’s primary aim is to assert the domination of whites over blacks in South.
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