On Prejudice: A Global Perspective
Anchor Books, 1993 - Social Science - 718 pages
"A ground-breaking collection, On Prejudice is filled with the works of acclaimed writers from all parts of the globe. ... From Slavery to the Holocaust to apartheid to the ethnic wars in Europe and Africa today, On Prejudice exposes and analyzes the concept of prejudice in its many forms. ... Unique in both format and concept, On Prejudice distinguishes itself in both its breadth of inclusion and its presentation of pathways to overcome the evils of prejudice. No globally minded reader can afford to be without it." From the bookjacket.
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A Note to the Reader About This Book
The World of the Slaves Jan Rogoziński
Sweating and Whipping Nicolás Guillén translated
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