Rights on Trial, Chapter 7, Page 195, Preston Gibbon
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Rights on Trial, Chapter 7, Page 195, Preston Gibbon


“When people say, “I want to be treated fairly,” it means . . . “I want to be treated fairly as I perceive fairness.” And a lot of what happens in these cases is people don’t think they’ve been treated fairly . . . and they go to a [plaintiff’s] lawyer and the lawyer says, “I got to have a hook because fairness is not a legal issue.” So then they find race or something like that.”

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