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    Racecraft

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    What is race? In this book, the scholars Barbara J. Fields and Karen E. Fields argue that it is not the cause of racism, but the product of racism. The book draws on works of history, sociology, economics, and biology—acting as a corrective to common arguments and assumptions made in all of those fields—to show how and why that is true, and to argue against the notion that we are in anything like a post-racial society.  

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  • The cover of the book Political Tribes

    Political Tribes

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    Microaggressions, political correctness, white nationalism, immigration restrictions, neoliberalism, “democracy promotion,” counter-terrorism. Yale law scholar Amy Chua connects all of these phenomena, and many more, by looking at political tribalism in the United States. She examines how our identities have become stronger predictors of our political beliefs, and questions whether there might be a national cause to knit our disparate tribes back together.

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