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Over 100 closely edited selections critically examine the notion of whiteness and its relation to social power

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  1. Title Page, Copyright
  2. pp. i-vi
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  2. pp. vii-xiv
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  1. Acknowledgments
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  1. Introduction
  2. pp. xvii-xviii
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  1. PART I: How Whites See Themselves
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  1. 1 The End of the Great White Male
  2. JOHN R. GRAHAM
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  1. 2 White Racial Formation: Into the Twenty-First Century
  2. CHARLES A. GALLAGHER
  3. pp. 6-11
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  1. 3 The Skin We're In
  2. CHRISTOPHER WILLS
  3. pp. 12-15
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  1. 4 The Way of the WASP
  2. RICHARD BROOKHISER
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  1. 5 Hiring Quotas for White Males Only
  2. ERIC FONER
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  1. 6 Innocence and Affirmative Action
  2. THOMAS ROSS
  3. pp. 27-32
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  1. 7 Doing the White Male Kvetch (A Pale Imitation of a Rag)
  2. CALVIN TRILLIN
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  1. 8 Growing Up White in America?
  2. BONNIE KAE GROVER
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  1. 9 Growing Up (What) in America?
  2. JERALD N. MARRS
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  1. 10 White Images of Black Slaves (Is What We See in Others Sometimes a Reflection of What We Find in Ourselves?)
  2. GEORGE FREDRICKSON
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  1. Synopses of Other Important Works
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  1. From the Editors: Issues and Comments
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  1. PART II: How Whites See Others
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  1. 11 The White Race Is Shrinking: Perceptions of Race in Canada and Some Speculations on the Political Economy of Race Classification
  2. DOUG DANIELS
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  1. 12 Ignoble Savages
  2. DINESH D'SOUZA
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  1. 13 Darkness Made Visible: law, Metaphor, and the Racial Self
  2. D. MARVIN JONES
  3. pp. 66-78
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  1. 14 Playing in the Dark: Whiteness and the literary Imagination
  2. TONI MORRISON
  3. pp. 79-84
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  1. 15 Transparently White Subjective Decisionmaking: Fashioning a legal Remedy
  2. BARBARA J. FLAGG
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  1. 16 The Rhetorical Tapestry of Race
  2. THOMAS ROSS
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  1. 17 Imposition
  2. RICHARD DELGADO, JEAN STEFANCIC
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  1. 18 Racial Reflections: Dialogues in the Direction of liberation
  2. DERRICK A. BELL, TRACY HIGGINS, SUNG-HEE SUH
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  1. 19 The Tower of Babel
  2. ELEANOR MARIE BROWN
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  1. 20 The Quest for Freedom in the Post-Brown South: Desegregation and White Self-Interest
  2. DAVISON M. DOUGLAS
  3. pp. 117-124
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  1. 21 "Soulmaning": Using Race for Political and Economic Gain
  2. LUTHER WRIGHT JR.
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  1. 22 Dysconscious Racism: Ideology, Identity, and Miseducation
  2. JOYCE E. KING
  3. pp. 128-132
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  1. Synopses of Other Important Works
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  1. PART III: Whiteness: History's Role
  2. pp. 137-138
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  1. 23 Race and Manifest Destiny: The Origins of American Racial Anglo-Saxonism
  2. REGINALD HORSMAN
  3. pp. 139-144
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  1. 24 The Invention of Race: Rereading White Over Black
  2. JAMES CAMPBELL, JAMES OAKES
  3. pp. 145-151
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  1. 25 "Only the Law Would Rule between Us": Antimiscegenation, the Moral Economy of Dependency, and the Debate over Rights after the Civil War
  2. EMILY FIELD VAN TASSEL
  3. pp. 152-156
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  1. 26 The Antidemocratic Power of Whiteness
  2. KATHLEEN NEAL CLEAVER
  3. pp. 157-163
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  1. 27 Who's Black, Who's White, and Who Cares
  2. LUTHER WRIGHT JR.
  3. pp. 164-169
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  1. 28 Images of the Outsider in American Law and Culture
  2. RICHARD DELGADO, JEAN STEFANCIC
  3. pp. 170-178
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  1. 29 Back to the Future with The Bell Curve: Jim Crow, Slavery, and G
  2. JACQUELINE JONES
  3. pp. 179-185
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  1. 30 The Genetic Tie
  2. DOROTHY E. ROBERTS
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  1. From the Editors: Issues and Comments
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  1. PART IV: Whiteness: Law's Role
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  1. 31 White Law and Lawyers: The Case of Surrogate Motherhood
  2. PETER HALEWOOD
  3. pp. 195-198
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  1. 32 Social Science and Segregation before Brown
  2. HERBERT HOVENKAMP
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  1. 33 Mexican-Americans and Whiteness
  2. GEORGE A. MARTINEZ
  3. pp. 210-213
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  1. 34 Race and the Core Curriculum in Legal Education
  2. FRANCES LEE ANSLEY
  3. pp. 214-219
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  1. 35 The Transparency Phenomenon, Race-Neutral Decisionmaking, and Discriminatory Intent
  2. BARBARA J. FLAGG
  3. pp. 220-226
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  1. 36 Toward a Black Legal Scholarship: Race and Original Understandings
  2. JEROME McCRISTAL CULP JR.
  3. pp. 227-230
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  1. 37 Identity Notes, Part One: Playing in the Light
  2. ADRIENNE D. DAVIS
  3. pp. 231-238
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  1. 38 The Constitutional Ghetto
  2. ROBERT L. HAYMAN JR., NANCY LEVIT
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  1. PART V: Whiteness: Culture's Role
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  1. 39 Do You Know This Man?
  2. DANIEL ZALEWSKI
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  1. 40 The Curse of Ham
  2. D. MARVIN JONES
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  1. 41 Los Olvidados: On the Making of Invisible People
  2. JUAN F. PEREA
  3. pp. 258-262
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  1. 42 White Innocence, Black Abstraction
  2. THOMAS ROSS
  3. pp. 263-266
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  1. 43 Race and the Dominant Gaze: Narratives of Law and Inequality in Popular Film
  2. MARGARET M. RUSSELL
  3. pp. 267-272
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  1. 44 Residential Segregation and White Privilege
  2. MARTHA R. MAHONEY
  3. pp. 273-275
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  1. 45 Mules, Madonnas, Babies, Bathwater: Racial Imagery and Stereotypes
  2. LINDA L. AMMONS
  3. pp. 276-279
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  1. 46 The Other Pleasures: The Narrative Function of Race in the Cinema
  2. ANNA EVERETT
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  1. PART VI: White Privilege
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  1. 47 White Privilege and Male Privilege: A Personal Account of Coming to See Correspondences through Work in Women's Studies
  2. PEGGY MCINTOSH
  3. pp. 291-299
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  1. 48 From Practice to Theory, or What Is a White Woman Anyway?
  2. CATHARINE A. MacKINNON
  3. pp. 300-304
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  1. 49 Racial Construction and Women as Differentiated Actors
  2. MARTHA R. MAHONEY
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  1. 50 The GI Bill: Whites Only Need Apply
  2. KAREN BRODKIN SACKS
  3. pp. 310-313
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  1. 51 Making Systems of Privilege Visible
  2. STEPHANIE M. WILDMAN, ADRIENNE D. DAVIS
  3. pp. 314-319
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  1. 52 Race and Racial Classifications
  2. LUTHER WRIGHT JR.
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  1. 53 Reflections on Whiteness: The Case of Latinos(as)
  2. STEPHANIE M. WILDMAN
  3. pp. 323-326
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  1. 54 Stirring the Ashes: Race, Class, and the Future of Civil Rights Scholarship
  2. FRANCES LEE ANSLEY
  3. pp. 327-329
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  1. 55 The Social Construction of Whiteness
  2. MARTHA R. MAHONEY
  3. pp. 330-333
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  1. PART VII: The Ladder of Whiteness
  2. pp. 337-338
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  1. 56 The Mind of the South
  2. W. J. CASH
  3. pp. 339-347
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  1. 57 Old Poison in New Bottles: The Deep Roots of Modern Nativism
  2. JOE R. FEAGIN
  3. pp. 348-353
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  1. 58 The First Word in Whiteness: Early Twentieth-Century European Immigration
  2. DAVID ROEDIGER
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  1. 59 Life on the Color Line
  2. GREGORY WILLIAMS
  3. pp. 357-359
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  1. 60 Others, and the WASP World They Aspired To
  2. RICHARD BROOKHISER
  3. pp. 360-367
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  1. 61 Beyond the Melting Pot
  2. NATHAN GLAZER AND DANIEL PATRICK MOYNIHAN
  3. pp. 368-377
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  1. 62 The Economic Payoff of Attending an Ivy-League Institution
  2. PHILIP J. COOK AND ROBERT H. FRANK
  3. pp. 378-380
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  1. 63 Useful Knowledge
  2. MARY CAPPELLO
  3. pp. 381-386
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  1. 64 Stupid Rich Bastards
  2. LAUREL JOHNSON BLACK
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  1. 65 How Did Jews Become White Folks?
  2. KAREN BRODKIN SACKS
  3. pp. 395-401
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  1. 66 How White People Became White
  2. JAMES R. BARRETT AND DAVID ROEDIGER
  3. pp. 402-406
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  1. 67 Paths to Belonging: The Constitution and Cultural Identity
  2. KENNETH L. KARST
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  1. 68 Is the Radical Critique of Merit Anti-Semitic?
  2. DANIEL A. FARBER AND SUZANNA SHERRY
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  1. PART VIII: The Color Line: Multiracial People and "Passing for White"
  2. pp. 423-424
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  1. 69 Passing for White, Passing for Black
  2. ADRIAN PIPER
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  1. 70 Black Like Me
  2. JOHN HOWARD GRIFFIN
  3. pp. 432-437
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  1. 71 The Michael Jackson Pill: Equality, Race, and Culture
  2. JEROME McCRISTAL CULP, JR.
  3. pp. 438-443
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  1. 72 Did the First Justice Harlan Have a Black Brother?
  2. JAMES w. GORDON
  3. pp. 444-457
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  1. 73 Learning How to Be Niggers
  2. GREGORY WILLIAMS
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  1. 74 What Does a White Woman Look Like? Racing and Erasing in Law
  2. KATHERINE M. FRANKE
  3. pp. 467-470
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  1. 75 La G├╝era
  2. CHERRIE MORAGA
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  1. 76 Notes of a White Black Woman
  2. JUDY SCALES-TRENT
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  1. 77 Our Next Race Question: The Uneasiness between Blacks and Latinos
  2. JORGE KLOR DE ALVA, EA~L SHORRIS, AND CORNEL WEST
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  1. 78 A Review of Life on the Color Line
  2. MARTHA CHAMALLAS AND PETER M. SHANE
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  1. 79 What Is Race, Anyway?
  2. TOD OLSON
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  1. PART IX: Biology and Pseudoscience
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  1. 80 The Misleading Abstractions of Social Scientists
  2. JEROME KAGAN
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  1. 81 Caste, Crime, and Precocity
  2. ANDREW HACKER
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  1. 82 Embodiment and Perspective: Can White Men Jump?
  2. PETER HALEWOOD
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  1. 83 Bell Curve Liberals: How the Left Betrayed IQ
  2. ADRIAN WOOLDRIDGE
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  1. 84 Brave New Right
  2. MICHAEL LIND
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  1. 85 Race and Parentage
  2. DOROTHY E. ROBERTS
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  1. 86 The Sources of The Bell Curve
  2. JEFFREY ROSEN AND CHARLES LANE
  3. pp. 528-529
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  1. 87 Hearts of Darkness
  2. JOHN B. JUDIS
  3. pp. 530-533
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  1. 88 Thank You, Doctors Murray and Herrnstein (Or, Who's Afraid of Critical Race Theory?)
  2. DERRICK A. BELL
  3. pp. 534-537
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  1. 89 Dangerous Undertones of the New Nativism
  2. DANIEL KANSTROOM
  3. pp. 538-541
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  2. p. 542
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  1. PART X: White Consciousness, White Power
  2. pp. 545-546
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  1. 90 The Rise of Private Militia: A First and Second Amendment Analysis of the Right to Organize and the Right to Train
  2. JOELLE E. POLESKY
  3. pp. 547-551
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  1. 91 The Changing Faces of White Supremacy
  2. LORETTA J. ROSS AND MARY ANN MAUNEY
  3. pp. 552-557
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  1. 92 Hatelines: Week of Sunday, April 7, 1996
  2. COMPILED BY THE CENTER FOR DEMOCRATIC RENEWAL
  3. pp. 558-560
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  1. 93 Blue by Day and White by [K]night
  2. ROBIN BARNES
  3. pp. 561-565
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  1. 94 The Race Question and Its Solution
  2. JAMES ARMSTRONG, JR
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  1. 95 The American Neo-Nazi Movement Today
  2. ELINOR LANGER
  3. pp. 573-585
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  1. 96 Talking about Race with America's Klansmen
  2. RAPHAEL S. EZEKIEL
  3. pp. 586-588
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  1. 97 Antidiscrimination Law and Transparency: Barriers to Equality?
  2. BARBARA J. FLAGG
  3. pp. 589-591
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  1. 98 White Supremacy (And What We Should Do about It)
  2. FRANCES LEE ANSLEY
  3. pp. 592-595
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  1. 99 White Superiority in America: Its Legal Legacy, Its Economic Costs
  2. DERRICK A. BELL
  3. pp. 596-600
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  2. pp. 601-603
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  1. PART XI: What Then Shall We Do? A Role for Whites
  2. pp. 605-606
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  1. 100 Treason to Whiteness Is Loyalty to Humanity
  2. AN INTERVIEW WITH NOEL IGNATIEV OF RACE TRAITOR MAGAZINE
  3. pp. 607-612
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  1. 101 How to Be a Race Traitor: Six Ways to Fight Being White
  2. NOEL IGNATIEV
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  1. 102 Rodrigo's Eleventh Chronicle: Empathy and False Empathy
  2. RICHARD DELGADO
  3. pp. 614-618
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  1. 103 Obscuring the Importance of Race: The Implications of Making Comparisons between Racism and Sexism (or Other Isms)
  2. TRINA GRILLO AND STEPHANIE M. WILDMAN
  3. pp. 619-626
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  1. 104 White Men Can Jump: But Must Try a Little Harder
  2. PETER HALEWOOD
  3. pp. 627-628
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  1. 105 "Was Blind, but Now I See": White Race Consciousness and the Requirement of Discriminatory Intent
  2. BARBARA J. FLAGG
  3. pp. 629-631
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  1. 106 White Women, Race Matters: The Social Construction of Whiteness
  2. RUTH FRANKENBERG
  3. pp. 632-634
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  1. 107 Resisting Racisms, Eliminating Exclusions: South Africa and the United States
  2. DAVID THEO GOLDBERG
  3. pp. 635-639
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  1. 108 Dysconscious Racism: The Cultural Politics of Critiquing Ideology and Identity
  2. JOYCE E. KING
  3. pp. 640-641
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  1. 109 What Should White Women Do?
  2. MARTHA R. MAHONEY
  3. pp. 642-643
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  1. 110 Confronting Racelessness
  2. ELEANOR MARIE BROWN
  3. pp. 644-645
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  1. 111 A Civil Rights Agenda for the Year 2000: Confessions of an Identity Politician
  2. FRANCES LEE ANSLEY
  3. pp. 646-652
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  1. 112 What We Believe
  2. THE EDITORS OF RACE TRAITOR MAGAZINE
  3. p. 653
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  1. 113 Segregation, Whiteness, and Transformation
  2. MARTHA R. MAHONEY
  3. pp. 654-657
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  1. 114 White Out
  2. ROGER WILKINS
  3. pp. 658-663
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  1. From the Editors: Issues and Comments
  2. p. 664
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  1. Suggested Readings
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  1. About the Contributors
  2. pp. 665-670
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  1. Index
  2. pp. 671-680
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  1. Back Cover
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Additional Information

ISBN
9781439901519
Related ISBN
9781566395328
MARC Record
OCLC
966821611
Pages
704
Launched on MUSE
2017-01-01
Language
English
Open Access
No
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