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Richard John Perry
|Description:||xiii, 263 pages ; 22 cm|
|Contents:||"Race" : fact or artifact? --
The biology of human variance --
Internal cohesion and social boundaries --
How did it start? --
Intellectual and political sources of racism --
From the Civil War to World War II --
From World War II to the present --
Will we ever be rid of it?
|Responsibility:||Richard J. Perry.|
Perry clearly understands that 'race' has no scientific basis, and his treatment of racism throughout is admirable. While this book is bound to ruffle some feathers, that is, in fact, a good thing.