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In What Next, Mosley addresses these questions and others, inviting the reader into a dialogue that is brilliantly argued, and poetically concise. What Next offers food for thought and is a call to action for African Americans and freedom loving people everywhere.
Posted September 22, 2003
Very candid discussion concerning America's Foreign Policies and America's National, and questionable, Policies relating to Non-White Peoples. Major exploration into the intricate, and overt, double standard America practices in order to maintain its superfluous status. So-called 1st World Nations of Europe, to include Japan and Israel, are respected by the U.S. While so-called 3rd World Nations of Africa and other Nations of Color are subjugated and exploited by the U.S. The Peoples of justmentioned nations are consequently treated accordingly- within and outside of the U.S. Majority American population understands such an arrangement, but remains speechless. As the author tackles such unjustifiable practices by American citizens, critics will charge reverse racism and suggest the author move to another nation as if he is toward treason. However, the book is very Reasonable and it enriches the dialogue toward Peace.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted May 18, 2003
Very readable, but ultimately not very fulfilling. Mr. Mosley has lofty goals in this monograph which sets out to promote movement towards world peace. His stories are interesting and unique, but his prescription doesn't add much to the dialogue on issues of racism and violence. Mr. Mosley says he is going to provide direction for real action, but his suggestions are vague and, sometimes, cliche. This is a very quick read, so I feel comfortable recommending it. If you are looking for insightful commentary and are willing to spend time reading it, I would suggest you look elsewhere.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.