Book of the Week: The End of Racism

The End of Racism
By Dinesh D’Souza

In this daring and highly provocative exploration of the history, nature and ultimate meaning of racism, best-selling author Dinesh D’Souza challenges deeply held orthodoxies about race and racism in America. Was slavery a racist institution? Is America a racist society? Is Eurocentrism a racist concept? Can African-Americans be racist? Transcending accepted boundaries of racial discourse, D’Souza argues that the liberal crusade against racism is detrimental to both blacks and whites, and that our next step must be to eliminate race as the basis for identity and public policy. He offers essential guidelines for achieving the ultimate goal of a harmonious multiracial society.

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