Justice for All is the first book that provides a comprehensive examination of social equity in American public administration. The breadth of coverage--theory, context, history, implications in policy studies, applications to practice, and an action agernda--cannot be found anywhere else.

part |2 pages

Part I. Context and Background

chapter 1|23 pages

Social Equity in American Society and Public Administration

ByNorman J. Johnson, James H. Svara

chapter 2|10 pages

Two Governments: Commentary

BySallyanne Payton

chapter 3|20 pages

Historical and Policy Dimensions of Inequity in Income and Wealth

ByBárbara J. Robles

chapter 4|20 pages

Social Equity and Development

ByTerry F. Buss, Usama Ahmed

chapter 5|24 pages

Urban Inequality

ByEdward L. Glaeser, Matthew Resseger, Kristina Tobio

chapter 6|19 pages

The Economics of Diversity

BySamuel L. Myers, Jr

part |2 pages

Part II. Measuring Social Equity

chapter 7|44 pages

Social Equity, Health, and Health Care

ByRichard W. Hug

chapter 8|22 pages

Social Equity in Criminal Justice

ByJames R. Brunet

chapter 9|5 pages

Racial Test Score Gaps

ByLeanna Stiefel, Amy Ellen Schwartz, Ingrid Gould Ellen

chapter 10|15 pages

Environmental Justice and Land Use Planning

BySylvester Murray, Mark D. Hertko

part |2 pages

Part III. Leadership, Outreach, and Organizational Development