Justice! by Dana Fuller Ross
(Empire Trilogy)

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Book by Ross, Dana Fuller
 

About Dana Fuller Ross

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Dana Fuller Ross was the pseudonym of Noel Bertram Gerson. Gerson, a prolific writer, wrote numerous works under many pseudonyms including the White Indian novels, which he wrote as Donald Clayton Porter.
 
Published October 1, 1999 by San Val. 400 pages
Genres: History, Westerns, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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By the late 1970's, Blackmun's private comments about Burger had grown ''caustic,'' and Greenhouse notes ''the disrespectful way his law clerks felt free -- or even encouraged -- to refer to the chief justice.'' The two old friends changed on the court, Blackmun more than Burger.

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The Blackmun Papers: Friends for Decades, but Years on Court Left Them Strangers (March 5, 2004) The Blackmun Papers: Documents Reveal the Evolution of a Supreme Court Justice (March 4, 2004) Obituary: Justice Blackmun, Author of Abortion Right, Dies (March 5, 1999) BECOMING JUSTICE BLACK...

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Publishers Weekly

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In the conclusion to her Empire trilogy, set in the early 18th century, Ross brings to life the spirit and patriotism of the pioneering Holt family.

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Publishers Weekly

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Artist Ross (Mythology ) and longtime collaborating writer Dini (Batman: The Animated Series ) render DC Comics' larger-than-life heroes in an oversized edition showcasing Ross's brilliantly painted, highly detailed artwork.

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BC Books

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We get to see old favorites (the Alan Scott Green Lantern, Jay Garrick Flash, and Wildcat – who has been one of my personal heroes for a long time) as well as get introduced to new heroes/heroines.

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Examiner

Those cartoon shows and their legacy are a major factor in the creation of Justice, an epic twelve issue maxi-series written by Jim Krueger, layed out by Doug Braithwaite and painted by the legendary Alex Ross.

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Christian Science Monitor

In his new book Rough Justice: The DC Comics Sketches of Alex Ross, we get a chance to see the pencil sketches behind those paintings and ones that he has done since.

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SF Site

I can recommend the book not only to established fans of his work, but also to any budding comic book artist who wants to see exactly how a master goes about his craft.

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Project MUSE

The payoff in Real Love comes from Ross’s intelligent reflections that illustrate what he calls “doing justice to culture, pursing justice through cultural means, and seeking justice for cultural claims.” In his conception of cultural justice, Ross shows how cultural politics can be crafted from ...

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Southern Lit Review

Through blood and marriage, Jean Ross Justice figures among one of America’s most distinguished literary families: her sister is poet Eleanor Ross Taylor, wife of fiction writer Peter Taylor;

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The Trades

This issue is even more confused when the creators show Elongated Man taking on the form of a rubber ball and bouncing down a hallway, never minding the fact that despite his stretching and malleability, Elongated Man's powers do not give him the same latitude as do Plastic Man's;

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Fiction Reviews

This is the third and final volume collecting together the 12-part Justice League of America series, (see also Justice vol.1) set firmly in the DC Universe's 'Silver Age' when Barry Allen was still the Flash.

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The Zone

Justice loses points for a lack of individualistic clarity in its artistic vision but, quibbles aside, the book remains a striking work of comics' art, with a typically shocking cliff-hanger ending leaving JLA fans gaspingly desperate for answers, and the anticipation of narrative relief fr...

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Criminal Law and Criminal Justice Books

Gang suppression strategies have included joint supervision of youth involved in the criminal justice system, directed “hot spot” patrols targeting gang members or gang neighborhoods, and joint law enforcement investigations— federal, state, and local or multiple-community.

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Criminal Law and Criminal Justice Books

Linda Ross Meyer, in The Justice of Mercy, seeks to rebut the image of mercy as a threat to justice – to counter the portrayal of mercy as “the madwoman in the attic of law” (p.

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