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Suggested Readings 47 almost a monetary worth? Suppose that one day you, a white person, receive a phone call from a representative of the government advising you that a terrible mistake had been made: You were supposed to have been born black. It will now be necessary to rectify that mistake-a painless operation will be performed, at no expense to you, that will transform you into an African-American. The government is prepared, however, to compensate you for its mistake. How much would you want? Professor Andrew Hacker reports that he has asked this very question of his classes over the years and that the answers given have remained stable-one million dollars a year. (See Andrew Hacker, Two Nations, cited in full in the selected readings for Part 1.) Suggested Readings Aleinikoff, T. Alexander, A Case for Race-Consciousness, 91 COLUM. L. REV. 1060 (1991). Appiah, Anthony, The Conservation of "Race," 23 BLACK AM. LIT. F. 36 (1989). Bonnett, Alastair, "White Studies ": The Problems and Projects of a New Research Agenda, 13 THEORY, CULTURE AND SOCIETY 145 (1996). Citron, Abraham, THE "RIGHTNESS OF WHITENESS": THE WORLD OF THE WHITE CHILD IN ASEGREGATED SOCIETY (1971). Delgado, Richard, The Imperial Scholar: Reflections on a Review of Civil Rights Literature , 132 U. PA. L. REV. 561 (1984). Dudziak, Mary L., Desegregation as a Cold War Imperative, 41 STAN. L. REV. 61 (1988). Fredrickson, George, WHITE SUPREMACY: A COMPARATIVE STUDY IN AMERICAN AND SOUTH AFRICAN HISTORY (1981). Hacker, Andrew, Two NATIONS: BLACK AND WHITE, SEPARATE, HOSTILE, UNEQUAL (1992). IMPACTS OF RACISM ON WHITE AMERICANS (B. Bowser and R. Hunt, eds., 1981). Stowe, David W., Uncolored People: The Rise of Whiteness Studies, LINGUA FRANCA, Sept.!Oct. 1996: 68-77. Warren, Donald 1., White Americans as a Minority, TELOS, Summer 1995: 127. Copyrighted Material Copyrighted Material ...