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The hope may still exist that this nation will one day no longer have secondclass citizens of any race...
Welfare dependancy can become a problem, but the myth that the poor do not work should not still be so widely believed.
Dr. Cornel West has an amazing breadth of knowledge, making every line engaging for the reader and worthy of rereading.
Very interesting book I had to read for graduate school. Very interesting bookPublished 20 days ago by Derek Bush
GREAT RECOMMENDATION FROM AN AVID SCHOLAR IN RACE RELATIONS....NOT AN EASY READ, BUT DEFINITELY WORTH THE PURCHASE.....THIS AND A FEW OTHERS TO PASS DOWN OR SHARE..... Read morePublished 4 months ago by naomi e. spencer
Very interesting book. There is a very powerful message explained. Cornell tells it like it is! Recommend this book to everyone.Published 6 months ago by Adrian T.
This is a must-read for anyone who seeks a better understanding of the African American culture and history. Read morePublished 6 months ago by FunkyMonk07
West is one of the most insightful writers about race of our time. His first premise, that the liberal understanding of racism does not go far enough, is the best contribution from... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Artbart
Cornel West is an excellent example of the anti-white hatred in America. That a black racist who has suggested jailing random white males to have more "diversity" in the... Read morePublished 7 months ago by bcpg1936
I just don't like his style. His message is too preachy.
The book itself was in fine condition, but I could not read the whole thing.
Dr. Cornel West has an amazing breadth of knowledge, making every line engaging for the reader and worthy of rereading. He's subtle and incisive, brilliant and humble. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Andrew Carr
Thank you, good price for the book. I've used it all semester long, the book is interesting and gives a good insight into Cornel West's mindset.Published 9 months ago by bonita85