Klarman adds to topic of the week [March 23]

Klarman adds to topic of the week [March 23]

Since Barack Obama’s speech last week, even C-VILLE’s editor is talking about race. So it should come as no surprise that the New York Times is quoting UVA law Professor Michael Klarman today on the subject. “Nixon talks about ‘law and order,’ which is a code term for the urban race riots and rising crime rates,” said Klarman in a piece that breaks down politicians’ speeches for their intended message on race.

Michael Klarman

Previous "This Just In" articles from this week:

Green problems [March 22]
No breaks, no

Green is the new gold [March 21]
Downtown Transit Center snags LEED certification

Habit forming [March 20]
The Virginia Quarterly Review once again nominated for National Magazine Awards

Cavs nab first-round win…in some tournament [March 19]
Will face ODU next week

CHS principal selection narrowed [March 18]
Two candidates talk at meeting

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