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Posted June 14, 2004
Urban communities of color--communities under political and economic siege¿produced our great American literatures in the last decades of the twentieth century. Lee reveals the fierce embattled beauty of these places and their books. With sobering precision and compelling moral-political vision, he maps out the artistry, anxiety, inspiration, loss, and contradiction which are all a part of what Stevie Wonder called ¿living just enough for the city.¿ This book courageously indicts neo-conservatism¿s massive looting of civic wealth as a crime against American humanity.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.