Loury, Glenn C.
December 1984
New Republic;12/31/84, Vol. 191 Issue 26, p14
Focuses on race relations in the United States. Reasons why racial discrimination cannot be completely eliminated in the U.S.; Need to narrow the disparity between American ideals and racial practice; Factors that cause fundamental failures in black society; Dilemma faced by middle class and successful blacks in the country; Issue of affirmative action in the civil rights debate; Success of the civil rights movement; Challenges facing black leaders and members of the black middle class.


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