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White Guilt: How Blacks and Whites Together Destroyed the Promise of the Civil Rights Era

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In this important new work, a distinguished race relations scholar argues that the age of white supremacy in power in the 1950s has given way to the ... Show synopsis

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  • Great book Feb 5, 2009
    by star106411@yahoo.com

    Great read, very interesting and informative. Highly recommended. Book arrived quick, and in exact condition described. Thanks for the expert service.

  • Deeply Insightful Jan 31, 2008
    by Matthew

    In this book, Shelby Steele, who is himself black, discusses how white American society lost its moral authority in the wake of the civil rights movement. He talks about the consequences as many blacks have gained "power" by ceding responsibility for their progression to whites; liberal whites, eager to regain moral authority, have cheerfully taken responsibility not only from them, but from blacks in general. Steele relates many stories from his own life, both as a child in the age of segregation and as an adult in the age of white guilt. Truly an excellent book.

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