One by one from the inside out: essays and reviews on race and responsibility in America
A renowned African American intellectual reconsiders the problem of racial inequality, rejects the liberal-conservative dichotomy as an obstacle to real progress, and argues that racial problems require a greater willingness for people to hold themselves accountable for what they make of their lives.
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