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Synopsis: Synopsis of 20th Century ... The principle goal of 20th Century American Struggle, 21st Century Hope, is to better Intergroup relations in general, and interpersonal relations specifically between those who perceive themselves to be separate, different or superior from/to others. I.e. those with different skin colors, ethnicity, religion, cultures and gender. The book is designed to do several things for readers: First and foremost it elevates our understanding on how humans mechanically function relative to our spiritual self. It exposes and proves that we are more then mere physical stuff and demonstrates how we are all tied together and related. It coins new terms such as Psychogenes to illustrate such. Second, it is a catharsis for those who consciously or subconsciously hold sexist, racist or other intolerant perspectives for others. It describes how racial behavior is carried over from generation to generation, why is it essential to recognize this behavior and what we can do about to rid ourselves and others from such. Third, it is the first work that definitively quantifies the actual number of racists in society relative to those who are truly not; and it also shows those who may exhibit such tendencies, but in their hearts are not really so. Fourth, it constructs a bridge for those who perceive themselves to be different or separate from others to cross and meet others by creating a neutral ground for everyone to come and feel safe. 20th Century American Struggle, 21st Century Hope Introduction establishes that intergroup relations continue to suffer and that it derives from the 20th and earlier centuries. Furthermore, all conscious humans are duty bound to do whatever they could to ameliorate intergroup relations. It then establishes that a main problem exists with minorities and how they perceive whites. This forms the basis of the central question of whether Euro-Americans are truly the racists that others perceive them to be and if this q
About the Author: David Merritt was born in New York City just before the start of the Civil Rights movement. His family moved to California where electronics and computers ruled his life for a time. HeI became an extensive traveler throughout America, visiting all but 12 states; explored many major ghettos throughout the country and many of the backward rural areas where Moonshine still rules. Was part of corporate life for a time, and as the result of wide and diverse experience in the School of Hard Knocks, was compelled to investigate and understand color-group relations. World history in general and American history in particular became my passion along with becoming a student and practitioner of Christianity, Islam, Atheism, Buddhism then Judaism. For several years he worked as an interrogator of sorts learning the human psyche in a new way, and have taken an interest in underdeveloped countries. He has come into contact with every segment of America, learning some key traits of each group. He has spoken, debated and argued with hundreds of people over the past 25 years regarding intergroup and gender relations. Being an African-American with Jewish and European ancestry made understanding the continuous color-group problems a priority early on. He grew up seeing Euro-Americans just as they perceived themselves and later saw them as minorities did. He had experienced what many would characterize as racism; resulting in verbal and or physical conflicts, some of which had been resolved amicably, others not. His experiences lead to a personal investigation that ended up in an unnamed 999 page manuscript over a 4 and a half year period which forms the basis of this book. He has studied hundreds of works regarding racism, White Supremacy, Slavery, ancient and contemporary group power struggles with corresponding politics. He was motivated to write by a desire to contribute something positive towards intergroup relations. Dr Salma Rashid was born in District Kasur, Pakistan. T
Title: 20th Century American Struggle 21st Century ...
Publisher: AakilaRose Publishing
Publication Date: 2007
Book Condition: Good
Edition: 1st - may be Reissue.
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