A lucid and vibrant contribution to the field of urban studies, tracing the connections between radical urban theory and political activism.
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Steven Salaita is Assistant Professor of English at the University of Wisconsin -Whitewater. He writes frequently about Arab America and the Arab World.Review:
"A welcome construction of a materialist explanation for the persistence of racism." --Journal of Economic Literature "Informed and interesting. Students and scholars of all theoretical stripes will enjoy and benefit from this work... There is much that will appeal to anyone interested in learning the roots of racial discrimination in American society... a thoughful, comprehensive, and provocative book." --Contemporary Sociology
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