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"The diverse voices found in this book would add a unique and thought-provoking perspective to any undergraduate course examining the many aspects of oppression."
"This is a superb collection of work at the vanguard of a resurgent interest in how privilege works across a wide range of human experience. Kimmel and Ferber have skillfully knit together a coherent picture of otherwise unexamined and under-theorized ‘connections’ in a dauntingly vast and fragmented literature."
—Troy Duster, New York University
"This excellent anthology forcefully illustrates how bigotry based on ethnic, racial, gender, and sexual stereotyping confines and blights the lives of those deemed ‘inferior.’ I’d like to see this book assigned in every high school and college campus in the country."
—Martin Duberman, Distinguished Professor of History Emeritus, CUNY
"Finally a book on how the other half (or less) lives, and how their status, power and way of life is related to the debasing and suffering of others. This volume will start to bring some semblance of balance to the study of inequality and injustice in the United States."
—Pedro Noguera, Harvard University