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African Americans and the Public Agenda

The Paradoxes of Public Policy


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Key issues surrounding race and public policy in North America are examined in this book. For example, who truly represents African Americans in the American political process? Why does there seem to be increased white resistance to programmes that seek to redress equality if white racism appears to be declining? And why do so many programmes which are intended to tackle inequality seem instead to exacerbate it? The contributors to this perceptive and timely volume shed light on these apparent paradoxes.
Release date NZ
March 17th, 1997
Edited by Cedric Herring
Country of Publication
United States
SAGE Publications Inc
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