Thirty years ago, in the midst of an American election campaign, then-Vice President Dan Quayle made a speech in Los Angeles. His comments took the recent riots in that city as an occasion to reflect more broadly on the connection between law, society, and family values. While the riots themselves were sparked by a controversial court case and were fueled by racial […]

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