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This review is from: Paved With Good Intentions: The Failure of Race Relations in Contemporary America (Paperback)The fact that this book is written by a relatively unknown writer and published by a solid, but non-establishment publishing company means that few people have or will hear about it. That's too bad, because it is almost painfully well reported, carefully argued, and thoroughly packed with facts, not opinions. It is a shocker, a real shocker. Taylor lays bare the double-talk and obfuscation that so thickly covers the issue of race in America, but he does so without rhetoric, even though his editorial point of view is both clear and determined. The never-before-told stories of ordinary people both black and white who have suffered under our thirty year regime of political correctness and blindness in the area of race, make this book hauntingly powerful.
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Initial post: Oct 19, 2013 10:18:34 AM PDT
John Engelman says:
When criticizing blacks one has to carefully document one's assertions. Even then one's factual assertions will be drowned out by shouts of "Racist!"
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