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Much of what D'Souza says flies in the face of liberal doctrine. He maintains that there are cultural differences that account for distinct levels of achievement among races, and that racism cannot be blamed for "black failure." He argues that racism is not a universal phenomenon but a relatively recent Western intellectual concept, and because we can trace racism's beginning we can likewise bring about its demise. He deals blow after blow to longstanding "myths" about race, criticizing the "civil rights industry," rejecting "misguided" solutions such as multiculturalism and proportional representation as "fighting discrimination by practicing it," and even calls for a repeal of the near-sacred Civil Rights Act of 1964.
This is not an easy book to read, but it is an important one. Even if more than a few disagree with D'Souza's assumptions and arguments, all should welcome his well-considered, insightful treatment of this immensely difficult topic. --Uma Kukathas --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Excellent book!!!! ...and and it arrived on time just as the Seller promised. Everyone should read this factual and historic eye-opening book.Published 1 month ago by David Hill
Chapter to Chapter I could not put this book down. There is so much detail to grasp. I had not aspired to be professor of any kind, but if I had, I would lecture on D'Souza's well... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Unlike many other supposedly people who are supposedly qualified to talk about raciam Dinesh D'Souza is uniquely qualified to examine and discuss the topic. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Tracker5usmc
The US is obsessed with guilt over the treatment of blacks. This book is written by an outsider, an Indian from India. Read morePublished 7 months ago by S. Duval
Comprehensive. Impressive for the completeness of the presentation. Much to consider, whether you agree or not with the conclusions.Published 9 months ago by Rory Remer
Not a big fan of his views which at times seemed based on a lot of unfounded, outside looking in assumptions. Really unapologetic conservative vs objective views throughout. Read morePublished 10 months ago by ronnyj
Dinesh has done a masterful job debunking the myths surrounding the so-called racism narrative in America.Published 10 months ago by John D. Vernon
very thought provoking and well written...D'Sousa is a scholar and original thinkerPublished 10 months ago by Maria Wroblewski