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From the Publisher"...a lengthy and important discussion that can be described as informative, nuanced, complex, stimulating, and provocative...Arthur refuses to shy away from tackling the difficult and controversial."
-Gloria Cox, University of North Texas, Law and Politics Book Review
“[Arthur] challenges ‘critical race theory’ judiciously, with arguments for which those who approach racism in a more critical vein need good responses….Overall, Arthur’s book sheds light on several key conceptual issues that scholars and citizens must navigate to repair the legacy of racism in the United States, particularly the deep history of antiblack racism.”
Bruce Baum, The University of British Columbia, Perspectives on Politics