The anti-white racism of the Left remains one of the few taboo subjects in America. A former confidante of the Black Panthers and author of Radical Son, David Horowitz lays bare the liberal attack on "whiteness"--the latest battle in the war against American democracy. His passionate and candid account of contemporary racism reveals that the Cold War has come home.
Ideological hatred of whites is now a growth industry, boosted by "civil rights" activists and liberal academics. These once-youthful radicals, now entrenched in positions of power and influence, peddle a warmed-over version of the Marxist creed that supported the communist empire and excuses intolerance to the point of thuggery. Betraying the legacy of Martin Luther King, this alliance of black civil rights leaders and white radicals threatens to undermine America's moral, political, and economic institutions.
|Publisher:||Blackstone Audio, Inc.|
|Product dimensions:||5.30(w) x 7.40(h) x 0.60(d)|
Table of Contents
|Introduction: Memories in Memphis||3|
|3||A Rage to Kill||31|
|6||Democrats and Blacks||62|
|7||Dealing with Racism||69|
|8||The Politics of Race||84|
|9||Black Murder, Inc.||95|
|10||Johnnie's Other O.J.||123|
|13||The Loafing Class||155|
|14||Campus Brown Shirts||159|
|15||I, Rigoberta Menchu, Liar||165|
|16||Visit to a Small College||174|
|17||Calibrating the Culture Wars||184|
|18||Telling It Like It Wasn't||201|
|22||Professor Rorty's Left||232|
|24||A Proper Love of Country||249|
|25||Misdemeanors or High Crimes?||259|
|26||A Question of Loyalties||267|
|27||The Manchurian President||273|
|Epilogue: A Political Romance||283|
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
After picking this controversial book up and reading it cover to cover, I chose to give it 5 stars. Here we have someone who is actually telling the truth. It is about time a book like this came out to show the true racists in America. I am ashamed of the abandonment of Martin Luther King Jr.'s movement.
This book tells it like it is and is a must read for anyone that has a mind of their own, it is truly an eye opener. I liked it just as much as 'The Race Card' by Collier and Horowitz, another great read.
Wow. Talk about a scared Whitey. Horowitz points fingers and creates more tension and race baiting than necessary. It seems like he takes the easy way out with catch-all phrases and pop culture references. In a nutshell, Horowitz questions why African-Americans are upset -- I wonder why they aren't flat-out pissed.
Finally, someone had the courage to tell it like it is. All the politically correct lemmings will probably hate this book. Too bad - it had to be said. I think this is a terrific book. Everyone should read it.