From the Inside Flap
• Political trials—how the notorious cases of O.J. Simpson, Philadelphia's convicted cop killer Mumia Abu-Jamal, and others have muddied our sense of truth, justice, and reason
• Afro-fascism—how some influential black leaders such as Louis Farrakhan have fueled a separatist movement that seems to feed on the hatred of Jews, Koreans, and whites
• The new racism—how racial pride, taken to its destructive extreme on the streets and in the schools of America, is leading to a society of bitter divisions.
Academic partisans have rewritten the textbooks to enshrine Afrocentric orthodoxy inside Ivy League walls; politically correct media reports have ignored the troubling implications. The Race Card is a cogent, compelling, and long-needed call for a return to reason.