Horowitz acknowledges that America's political culture is the creation of white, European, primarily Christian males. But it is these very men and their heirs that have led the world in abolishing slavery, establishing the principles of ethnic and racial inclusion, and creating a society of unparalleled rights and opportunities that people of every race and creed continue to flock to. Horowitz points to the hypocrisy of this and challenges racism in all its forms, especially the hidden ones.
©1999 David Horowitz; (P)2000 Blackstone Audio, Inc.
"Horowitz writes engagingly about contentious issues, particularly the politics of race....Horowitz is at his best when he uses the more glaringly fallacious arguments advanced by his ideological foes to expose their inherent hypocrisy." (Kirkus Reviews)
"Jeff Riggenbach does a particularly good job, reading with accuracy, expression, and appropriate fervor." (AudioFile)
"This is a raw and courageous book that turns over some rocks and shows what is crawling underneath." (Thomas Sowell)
This book is mostly old Salon articles published before 1999 complaining about WJ Clinton and the double standards in the black/white dialogue. So I didn't get any new insights from this work as I have come to expect from Horowitz.
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