ERIC Number: ED479927
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2002
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Beyond the Color Line: New Perspectives on Race and Ethnicity in America.
Thernstrom, Abigail, Ed.; Thernstrom, Stephan, Ed.
This collection of papers includes: "The Demography of Racial and Ethnic Groups" (Stephan Thernstrom); "Immigration and Group Relations" (Reed Ueda); "What Americans Think about Race and Ethnicity" (Everett C. Ladd); "Wresting with Stigma" (Shelby Steele); "Residential Segregation Trends" (William A.V. Clark); "African American Marriage Patterns" (Douglas J. Besharov and Andrew West); "Crime" (James Q. Wilson); "Health and Medical Care" (Sally Satel); "Supporting Black Churches" (John Dilulio, Jr.); "Discriminations, Economics, and Culture" (Thomas Sowell); "Half Full or Half Empty? The Changing Economic Status of African Americans, 1967-1996" (Finis Welch); "Discrimination in Public Contracting" (George R. La Noue); "Desegregation and Resegregation in the Public Schools" (David J. Armor and Christine H. Rossell); "The Racial Gap in Academic Achievement" (Abigail Thernstrom); "Schools that Work for Minority Students" (Clint Bolick); "Preferential Admissions in Higher Education" (Martin Trow); "Racial and Ethnic Classifications in American Law" (Eugene Volokh); "Illusions of Antidiscrimination Law" (Nelson Lund); "Race, Ethnicity, and Politics in American History" (Michael Barone); "The Politics of Racial Preferences" (David Brady); "From Protest to Politics: Still an Issue for Black Leadership" (Tamar Jacoby); "The New Politics of Hispanic Assimilation" (Linda Chavez); "In Defense of Indian Rights" (William J. Lawrence); "The Battle for Color-Blind Public Policy" (C. Robert Zelnick); "One Nation, Indivisible" (Ward Connerly). (Papers contain endontes.) (SM)
Descriptors: Academic Achievement, Acculturation, American Indians, Blacks, Crime, Cultural Pluralism, Demography, Economic Factors, Elementary Secondary Education, Ethnicity, Higher Education, Hispanic Americans, Immigration, Marriage, Minority Group Children, Public Policy, Racial Differences, Racial Discrimination, Residential Patterns, Selective Admission
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