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ERIC Number: ED051325
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1970
Pages: 279
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Prejudice and Race Relations.
Mack, Raymond W., Ed.
Contents of this book comprises: Introduction--A decade of change; (1) Race and its consequences: Beliefs and acts; (2) Race relations in different societies: A comparative perspective; (3) Implementing discrimination: the institutional impact of prejudice; (4) Leaders in change: A set of profiles; and (5) Options facing Americans: Pathos to Separatism or Integration. Section (1) includes: "Chinese have bigger brains than whites--are they superior?" Robin Fox; "Jensenism, n-the theory that I.Q. is largely determined by the genes," Leed Edson; and, "They are not so much anti-Negro as Pro-Middle Class," J. F. and L. H. Scott. Section (2) includes articles by Tom Stacey, "What place for the White Africans?"; Joseph Lelyveld; and James Michener. Section (3) includes articles by C. Eric Lincoln, "The absent father haunts the Negro family"; Herman P. Miller; and Herbert J. Gans. Section (4) includes a dialogue between Julian Bond and Roy Harris, and articles by Martin Arnold, Harvey Swados, and Walter Rugaber. Section (5) includes articles by Reese Cleghorn; Nathan Glazer, W. Arthur Lewis, and Bayard Rustin. (JM)
Quadrangle Books, Inc., 12 East Delaware Place, Chicago, Ill. 60611 ($2.45)
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