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The Resource Taking sides :, clashing views in race and ethnicity, [selected, edited and with introductions by] Raymond D'Angelo and Herbert Douglas

Taking sides :, clashing views in race and ethnicity, [selected, edited and with introductions by] Raymond D'Angelo and Herbert Douglas

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Taking sides :, clashing views in race and ethnicity
Title
Taking sides :
Title part
clashing views in race and ethnicity
Statement of responsibility
[selected, edited and with introductions by] Raymond D'Angelo and Herbert Douglas
Title variation
  • Clashing views in race and ethnicity
  • Race and ethnicity
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Editor
Subject
Language
eng
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YDXCP
Dewey number
305.8
Index
no index present
LC call number
E184.A1
LC item number
T338 2017
Literary form
non fiction
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bibliography
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  • D'Angelo, Raymond N.
  • Douglas, Herbert
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Taking sides
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  • United States
  • United States
  • Minorities
  • Social classes
  • Ethnic relations
  • Minorities
  • Race relations
  • Social classes
  • United States
Label
Taking sides :, clashing views in race and ethnicity, [selected, edited and with introductions by] Raymond D'Angelo and Herbert Douglas
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Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
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  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • No. How the multicultural ideology captured America
  • Lawrence Auster
  • Issue: Does Immigration Contribute to a Better America?
  • Yes. The case for immigration : the secret to economic vibrancy
  • Philippe Legrain
  • No. Immigration : dissolving the people
  • Peter Brimelow
  • Issue: Do Recent Immigration Trends Challenge Existing Ideas of America's White Identity?
  • Yes. Racial redistricting : expanding the boundaries of whiteness
  • Charles A. Gallagher
  • UNIT 1. American Identity and Immigration. Issue: Do We Need a Common Identity?
  • No. What's white, anyway?
  • Ellis Cose --
  • Yes. Nation or notion?
  • Patrick J. Buchanan
  • No. What does it mean to be an 'American'?
  • Michael Walzer
  • Issue: Are Multiculturalism and Assimilation Inevitable Components of the Emerging American Identity?
  • Yes. The melting pot and the color line
  • Stephen Steinberg
  • No. Racial Critiques of mass incarceration : beyond the new Jim Crow
  • James Forman, Jr.
  • Issue: Is Gentrification Another Form of Segregation?
  • Yes. On Spike Lee & hyper-gentrification
  • Jeremiah Moss
  • No. Is gentrification all bad?
  • Justin Davidson
  • Issue: Is Black Lives Matter an Effective Civil Rights Organization?
  • Yes. The Ferguson protests worked
  • Julia Craven, Ryan J. Reilly, and Mariah Stewart
  • UNIT 5. Geography of Race. Issue: Is Environmental Racism a Reality?
  • No. I was a civil rights activist in the 1960s. But it's hard for me to get behind Black Lives Matter
  • Barbara Reynolds
  • Yes. Environmental justice : an interview with Robert Bullard
  • Errol Schweizer
  • No. The 'environmental racism' hoax
  • David Friedman
  • Issue: Is the Mass Incarceration of Blacks and Latinos the New Jim Crow?
  • Yes. Racism and mass incarceration in the US heartland : historical roots of the new Jim Crow
  • James Kilgore
  • No. The absurdity (and consistency) of white denial : what kind of card is race?
  • Tim Wise
  • Issue: Is the Emphasis on a Color-Blind Society an Answer to Racism?
  • Yes. Don't box me in
  • Ward Connerly
  • No. Racism without racists : color-blind racism and the persistence of racial inequality in the United States
  • Eduardo Bonilla-Silva
  • Issue: Is Racial Profiling Defensible Public Policy?
  • Yes. Better unsafe than (occasionally) sorry?
  • Scott Johnson
  • UNIT 2. Rethinking the Color Line. Issue: Is the Obama Presidency Moving America Toward a Post-Racial Society?
  • No. Restoring a national consensus : the need to end racial profiling in America
  • Wade J. Henderson and Karen McGill Lawson --
  • Yes. Obama, Cosby, King, and the mountaintop
  • Alvin Poussaint
  • No. Black by choice
  • Melissa V. Harris-Perry
  • Issue: Is the Claim of White Skin Privilege a Myth?
  • Yes. White benefits, middle-class privilege
  • Paul Kivel
  • No. Reminder : not all Republican opposition to Obama is racist
  • Peter Beinart
  • Issue: Are Native American Mascots Racist Symbols?
  • Yes. The fight over the Redskins trademark and other racialized symbols
  • Sonia K. Katyal
  • No. Holy war on the football field : religion and the Florida State University Indian mascot controversy
  • Arthur J. Remillard --
  • UNIT 3. Race Still Matters. Issue: Is Racism a Permanent Feature of American Society?
  • Yes. The end of racism and other fables
  • Linda Greenhouse
  • No. Postracialism' : do we want it?
  • Russell Nieli
  • Issue: Is Criticism of President Obama Motivated by Racism?
  • Yes. It is all still about race : Obama hatred, the South and the truth about GOP wins
  • Paul Rosenberg
  • No. Protecting what's white : a new look at stand your ground laws
  • Sabrina Strings
  • Issue: Should Children of Undocumented Immigrants Have a Birthright to U.S. Citizenship?
  • Yes. Birthright citizenship sets America apart
  • Eric Foner
  • No. An argument to be made about immigrant babies and citizenship
  • George F. Will
  • Issue: Is There a Need for a Permanent Voting Rights Act?
  • Yes. The more things change...
  • Linda Greenhouse
  • UNIT 4. The Supreme Court. Issue: Is Affirmative Action an Effective Way to Reverse Racial Inequality?
  • No. Redistricting, race, and the Voting Rights Act
  • Abigail Thernstrom --
  • Yes. White America's toxic ignorance : Abigail Fisher, Antonin Scalia and the real privilege that goes unspoken
  • Chauncey DeVega
  • No. The painful truth about affirmative action
  • Richard Sander and Stuart Taylor, Jr.
  • Issue: Is Stand Your Ground Legislation Race Neutral?
  • Yes. Racial bias and 'stand your ground' laws : what the data show
  • Patrik Jonsson
Control code
ocn953423734
Dimensions
28 cm.
Edition
11th edition.
Extent
iv, 259 pages
Isbn
9781259677670
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
  • (Sirsi) o953423734
  • (OCoLC)953423734
Label
Taking sides :, clashing views in race and ethnicity, [selected, edited and with introductions by] Raymond D'Angelo and Herbert Douglas
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • No. How the multicultural ideology captured America
  • Lawrence Auster
  • Issue: Does Immigration Contribute to a Better America?
  • Yes. The case for immigration : the secret to economic vibrancy
  • Philippe Legrain
  • No. Immigration : dissolving the people
  • Peter Brimelow
  • Issue: Do Recent Immigration Trends Challenge Existing Ideas of America's White Identity?
  • Yes. Racial redistricting : expanding the boundaries of whiteness
  • Charles A. Gallagher
  • UNIT 1. American Identity and Immigration. Issue: Do We Need a Common Identity?
  • No. What's white, anyway?
  • Ellis Cose --
  • Yes. Nation or notion?
  • Patrick J. Buchanan
  • No. What does it mean to be an 'American'?
  • Michael Walzer
  • Issue: Are Multiculturalism and Assimilation Inevitable Components of the Emerging American Identity?
  • Yes. The melting pot and the color line
  • Stephen Steinberg
  • No. Racial Critiques of mass incarceration : beyond the new Jim Crow
  • James Forman, Jr.
  • Issue: Is Gentrification Another Form of Segregation?
  • Yes. On Spike Lee & hyper-gentrification
  • Jeremiah Moss
  • No. Is gentrification all bad?
  • Justin Davidson
  • Issue: Is Black Lives Matter an Effective Civil Rights Organization?
  • Yes. The Ferguson protests worked
  • Julia Craven, Ryan J. Reilly, and Mariah Stewart
  • UNIT 5. Geography of Race. Issue: Is Environmental Racism a Reality?
  • No. I was a civil rights activist in the 1960s. But it's hard for me to get behind Black Lives Matter
  • Barbara Reynolds
  • Yes. Environmental justice : an interview with Robert Bullard
  • Errol Schweizer
  • No. The 'environmental racism' hoax
  • David Friedman
  • Issue: Is the Mass Incarceration of Blacks and Latinos the New Jim Crow?
  • Yes. Racism and mass incarceration in the US heartland : historical roots of the new Jim Crow
  • James Kilgore
  • No. The absurdity (and consistency) of white denial : what kind of card is race?
  • Tim Wise
  • Issue: Is the Emphasis on a Color-Blind Society an Answer to Racism?
  • Yes. Don't box me in
  • Ward Connerly
  • No. Racism without racists : color-blind racism and the persistence of racial inequality in the United States
  • Eduardo Bonilla-Silva
  • Issue: Is Racial Profiling Defensible Public Policy?
  • Yes. Better unsafe than (occasionally) sorry?
  • Scott Johnson
  • UNIT 2. Rethinking the Color Line. Issue: Is the Obama Presidency Moving America Toward a Post-Racial Society?
  • No. Restoring a national consensus : the need to end racial profiling in America
  • Wade J. Henderson and Karen McGill Lawson --
  • Yes. Obama, Cosby, King, and the mountaintop
  • Alvin Poussaint
  • No. Black by choice
  • Melissa V. Harris-Perry
  • Issue: Is the Claim of White Skin Privilege a Myth?
  • Yes. White benefits, middle-class privilege
  • Paul Kivel
  • No. Reminder : not all Republican opposition to Obama is racist
  • Peter Beinart
  • Issue: Are Native American Mascots Racist Symbols?
  • Yes. The fight over the Redskins trademark and other racialized symbols
  • Sonia K. Katyal
  • No. Holy war on the football field : religion and the Florida State University Indian mascot controversy
  • Arthur J. Remillard --
  • UNIT 3. Race Still Matters. Issue: Is Racism a Permanent Feature of American Society?
  • Yes. The end of racism and other fables
  • Linda Greenhouse
  • No. Postracialism' : do we want it?
  • Russell Nieli
  • Issue: Is Criticism of President Obama Motivated by Racism?
  • Yes. It is all still about race : Obama hatred, the South and the truth about GOP wins
  • Paul Rosenberg
  • No. Protecting what's white : a new look at stand your ground laws
  • Sabrina Strings
  • Issue: Should Children of Undocumented Immigrants Have a Birthright to U.S. Citizenship?
  • Yes. Birthright citizenship sets America apart
  • Eric Foner
  • No. An argument to be made about immigrant babies and citizenship
  • George F. Will
  • Issue: Is There a Need for a Permanent Voting Rights Act?
  • Yes. The more things change...
  • Linda Greenhouse
  • UNIT 4. The Supreme Court. Issue: Is Affirmative Action an Effective Way to Reverse Racial Inequality?
  • No. Redistricting, race, and the Voting Rights Act
  • Abigail Thernstrom --
  • Yes. White America's toxic ignorance : Abigail Fisher, Antonin Scalia and the real privilege that goes unspoken
  • Chauncey DeVega
  • No. The painful truth about affirmative action
  • Richard Sander and Stuart Taylor, Jr.
  • Issue: Is Stand Your Ground Legislation Race Neutral?
  • Yes. Racial bias and 'stand your ground' laws : what the data show
  • Patrik Jonsson
Control code
ocn953423734
Dimensions
28 cm.
Edition
11th edition.
Extent
iv, 259 pages
Isbn
9781259677670
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
  • (Sirsi) o953423734
  • (OCoLC)953423734

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