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Dukes, E. Franklin (2009). Truth, Understanding and Repair. Law and Contemporary Problems. 72(2):57-61.

Based primarily upon what I have found through the course of my work with damaged communities, I have developed the following conceptual framework, which allows conflict interveners as well as the parties themselves to think clearly about the path that leads to addressing these unrightable wrongs. This framework represents both the goals of this work and the path to those goals. The framework includes truth, understanding, repair, and relationship, in that order. (excerpt)


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