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Stupid Black men : how to play the race card-- and lose / Larry Elder.

Elder, Larry. (Author).
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Record details

  • ISBN: 9780312367336(hc)
  • ISBN: 0312367333
  • Physical Description: xiv, 316 pages ; 25 cm
  • Edition: 1st ed.
  • Publisher: New York : St. Martin's Press, 2008.

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Includes bibliographical references (pages [267]-316).
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It's the media, stupid -- Democrats, stupid Blacks, and Republicans -- Stupid Black leaders -- Stupid Black politicians -- Stupid Black entertainers -- Stupid Blacks and Katrina -- The criminal justice system -- Affirmation action -- Stupid Black men and sports -- Education -- Black Muslims in America -- Three things that need to be said to stupid Black people : "Grow up, grow up, grow up" -- Change in the air : the march of personal responsibility.
Summary, etc.:
Is life unfair for black Americans? Is racial equality the answer to every question of public policy? Are a huge group of citizens being kept down by "the man"? Radio host Elder has made a career out of being a thorn-in-the-side of conventional wisdom. Here, he takes on the mind-set of those who rail against racism as the root of all problems, and who end up hurting precisely those they claim to be helping. Whether demagogues like Al Sharpton, established politicians like Hillary Clinton, or entertainers like Danny Glover, no one escapes Elder's cogent arguments and rapier wit. But Elder has a positive message, too: though they are fewer--and generally not as loud--there are leaders and role models today who want to sweep away race-based whining and urge everyone in America to share in the hard work, smart thinking and optimism that make this country great.--From publisher description.
Subject: African Americans > Social conditions > 1975-
African Americans > Attitudes.
African American leadership
African Americans > Politics and government.
Responsibility > United States.
Political correctness > United States.
Mass media > Political aspects > United States.
Racism > United States.
United States > Politics and government > 2001-2009.
United States > Race relations.

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