The Politics of Inner City Identity in "Do the Right Thing" Author(s): Philip Hanson Source: South Central Review, Vol. 20, No. 2/4 (Summer - Winter, 2003), pp. 47-66 Published by: The Johns Hopkins University Press on behalf of The South Central Modern Language Association Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/3189785 Accessed: 14/09/2010 01:09
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The Politics of Inner City Identity in Do the Right Thing
Philip Hanson University of San Francisco
Spike Lee's Do the Right Thing represents an entry in a decades long discourse on a specific strain of logic in American civil rights history, one involving the particularly... [continues]
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