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Is the U.S. Constitution, in relation to its national minorities, a true social contract, or did it mark the consolidation of an unwritten, unspoken anti-social contract that even to this day submerges the rights of American national minorities to historic, cultural and socio-economic recognition as founding peoples of the United States of America?
Dr. Kly views the African-American minority problem within the context of an historically evolved American problematic of white nationalism, which is used to subject American minorities to what may be called domestic colonialism. This places the American minority problem within the context of the on-going dissolution of colonial empires, and the exercise by emergent nations of the right to self determination.
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Dr. Y. N. Kly has taught international relations and developmental studies at Laval, Northeastern, Chicago State and Atlanta Universities, and at the University of Algiers, Algeria.
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Book Description Clarity Press, 2015. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0932863094
Book Description Clarity Press, 2015. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110932863094