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Wrong Turn: A Sympathetic Critique of the Civil Rights Movement

Wrong Turn: A Sympathetic Critique of the Civil Rights Movement

"Race has been America's biggest problem ever since Europeans "discovered" the New World. Race festered during the colonial period. Race complicated independence. Race impeded the "more perfect union" sought by the Constitutional Convention. The Civil War nearly destroyed the United States. Even after slavery ended, race continued to be a very sore spot. As the nineteenth century drew to a close, our political vocabulary was enriched with terms...

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