KIRKUS REVIEW Mr. Lokos, who earlier authored a sternly disapproving biography of Dr. Martin Luther King, has penned what he apparently considers to be a daring expose of the sinister depths of black racism in America today. The author's understanding of racism is woefully one-dimensional; he chooses to pay attention only to black ideology and white rhetoric while disregarding all institutional and economic manifestations of bigotry. Given this facile orientation it is simple enough to make the sweeping declaration that the ""old racism"" (anti-black) has been ""pummeled to a jelly"" by the courts, while the ""new racism"" (anti-white) threatens to engulf the nation. The book itself is a scissors and paste job overstuffed with the most incendiary quotes the author was able to cult from the pages of Black Panther, Muhammad Speaks, Jet, Ebony, etc. The overloaded epithet ""racist"" is generously applied to black leaders as dissimilar as Malcolm X and Julian Bond. No subtle shadings here; the issues are starkly black and white.
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Book Description Arlington House, 1971. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0870001078
Book Description Arlington House, 1971. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0870001078
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