Synopses & Reviews
What, precisely, is the clash over race in the 1990s, and does it support the charge of a "new racism"? Here is a brilliant articulation of what has happened, of how racial issues have become entangled with politics--the process of negotiating who gets what through government action. We now have to understand and cope with a "politics of race."
entangled with politics--the process of negotiating who gets what through government action. We now have to understand and cope with a politics of race.
About the Author
Paul M. Sniderman is Professor of Political Science at Stanford University.Thomas Piazza is Research Specialist and Manager of Technical Services, Survey Research Center, University of California, Berkeley.
Table of Contents
1. The Variety Of Racial Politics
2. Pictures In The Mind
3. Covert Racism And Double Standards
4. Prejudice And Politics
5. Three Agendas
6. Changing Minds About Race
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Questions From The Surveys
Questionnaire For The Race And Politics Survey