Hannah Arendt: el delito original de los Estados Unidos || Hannah Arendt and the United States Original Crime
Hannah Arendt addresses the problem of racism against African-Americans in the social and in the political realm. She makes a careful distinction between these two realms and this double perspective provides a complete profile of what she calls the "original crime" of the United States: Black slavery and the exclusion of Black and Indian people of the 1787 Constitution. His reflections on segregated public education and civil disobedience among African-Americans are an opportunity to rethink the problem of legal inclusion today.
Ballesteros-Soriano, Alfonso. Hannah Arendt: el delito original de los Estados Unidos || Hannah Arendt and the United States Original Crime. En: Cuadernos electrónicos de Filosofía del Derecho, 2016, No. 33: 2