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I like the book, however, there are no pages numbers so I can not site the page.
In that sense, this book clears much of the underbrush and should thus enable future work to avoid the pitfalls of the past.
Wilson brings out a slew of research and demonstrates that structural factors are at work in racial inequality.
I like the book, however, there are no pages numbers so I can not site the page. This teaches me that I can not use Amazon for educational purposes because I need to site my... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Rosemarie Reid
This book was very well written! I enjoyed leading facts about the African American's. William does a outstanding job showing the challenges to be Black.Published 20 months ago by Calvin
I read this book in one day. Page turner, it is :). I recommend this book for all to read. You will find out really how it is for black people to deal with everyday life.Published 23 months ago by Lanarra1
He analyzed how the community of poor African-Americans in ghettos are so doomed to behave and obey in certain ways that ultimately drive themselves to be self-destructive. Read morePublished on May 5, 2012 by Peter Yun
The book itself is a solid, interesting piece, but the Kindle edition is not as advertised. Crucial charts are not included, nor are they made accessible. Read morePublished on March 28, 2012 by Joe A. Oppenheimer
skip it unless you like to hear why black people are poor. Or you could just save the money and read a quick synopsis online and not have to pay this guy to write more... Read morePublished on May 20, 2011 by yayson