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Two Nations: Black & White, Hostile, Separate, and Unequal

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 24, 2005

    Interesting ideas and unsupported opinions

    This book was recommended to me by a college roommate who enjoyed it greatly. I let it sit on my shelf for years (I read the earlier version, pub. 1990) and finally picked it up last month. I thought it was dry, even for a statistical analysis. Also, I was disappointed that the author often made opinionated statements that could not be statistically justified (these can be found on almost every page of the book, especially when Hacker asserts what black or white people THINK about certain things -- last I checked, he's not clairvoyant). That said, there are some truly eye-opening examples that Hacker springs throughout the text. I was especially impressed by the graph sorting SAT scores by race and income levels -- I had heard of the 'white bias' but this chart really brought the point home. Perhaps my greatest disappointment was the lack of suggestions for improvement. It's no fun getting all fired up and ready to act, then have no idea what to do. I really wish more people would be interested in the topic of racial equality, but unfortunately the people who will read this book are not the ones who need it the most.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 3, 2004

    The Relevance of 'Two Nations' theme

    'Two Nations' is a powerful expose because the ideas posited in its text are so widely unknown(by the general public). The dysrythmnia between the black and white societies has become for the most part(for blacks) simply a dull ache and not an acute call for continued investigation/research, and thoughtful proaction.I submit that as more individuals become aware of the validity of the information stated in this volume that the current pastorale paced effort being placed by both the black and white communities in looking at and addressing the real reasons behind our shared dis harmony will be redoubled. (as a result of concrete facts and not vague dis information) Please, wether you are black or white,read this important information;inquire,discuss,understand... Reach out and touch everyone in your life that is important to you and tell them about this book. Sincerely, David K. Myers

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    Posted June 26, 2010

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