Second Thoughts about Race in America
Peter Collier, David Horowitz
Madison Books, Jan 1, 1991 - Political Science - 156 pages
In this work, veterans of the Civil Rights Movement use their experiences from the 1960s to discuss growing racial tension in the USA. Addressed are such issues as: what happened to civil rights? and why did the emphasis of the struggle for racial justice shift from the individual to the group?
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