Two Nations

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  • Paperback
  • 288 pages
  • Two Nations
  • Andrew Hacker
  • English
  • 26 November 2017
  • 0743238249

About the Author: Andrew Hacker

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Two Nations Why, despite continued efforts to increase understanding and expand opportunities, do black and white Americans still lead separate lives, continually marked by tension and hostility In his much lauded classic, newly updated to reflect the changing realities of race in our nation, Andrew Hacker explains the origins and meaning of racism and clarifies the conflicting theories of equality and inferiority He paints a stark picture of racial inequality in America focusing on family life, education, income, and employment and explores the current controversies over politics, crime, and the causes of the gap between the races Illuminating and oftentimes startling, Two Nations demonstrates how race has defined America s history and will continue to shape its future. Read Two Nations Author Andrew Hacker – johndore.co.uk

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10 thoughts on “Two Nations

  1. Ernest Mitchell says:

    This book captured Americas problem now even though it was written in 1992 Andrew Hacker dealt with the tough subject matter plaguing our great merica He approaches the anthropology of America from a an unbiased position W...

  2. Allison says:

    Author Andrew Hacker teaches political science at Queens College in New York City He previously served as a professor of government at Cornell University Another book written by Hacker is The End of the American Era He has also contributed to journals and publications including The New York Review of Books, Time, Newsweek, Harpers, Atlantic, The Wall Street Journal, and Fortune.Nature and Scope Statistics are used to conduct a study of race, society and inequality The role and meaning of Author Andrew Hacker teaches political science at Queens College in New York City He previously served as a professor of government at Cornell University Anothe...

  3. Scott Schneider says:

    An amazing provocative book I wish there was an updated version but his analysis of 23 years ago rings true today At the end he talks about the epidemic of violence in black neighborhoods and concludes that These are young men who do not know whether they will live another year, and many have given up caring No other American race is wounding itself so fatally Nor can it be said that black Americans chose this path for themselves It is a must read for anyone concerned about racism in Am An amazing provocative book I wish there was an updated version but his analysis of 23 years ago rings true today At the end he talks about the epidemic of violence in black neighborhoods and concludes that These are young men who do not kno...

  4. Victor Dorsey says:

    This is an exceptional book, written by one of my favorite authors on race in America Dr Hacker is a cherished intellectual and he thoroughly breaks down the incredibly huge divide between blacks and whites in this country This book should be required reading for every single American, every sing...

  5. Debbie says:

    Andrew Hacker does an excellent job of letting the reader look at how each society black and white live, think, pick political candidates etc Hacker takes us inside the races with statistics and narrative that is hard to lay...

  6. Emily says:

    I loved this book when I read it It is a very well researched book with a lot of support for any point that it makes Although the fact that it is probably 10 years old might make a lot of the statistics no longer relevant I should reread it.

  7. Camille says:

    proved the point

  8. Corey Nazer says:

    A really sad commentary on race relations within the United States Eye opening.

  9. Linda says:

    This is an interesting book, last updated in 2003 The last chapter is focused on politics and is particularly interesting to read given Obama s election.

  10. Lazone Grays Jr says:

    Very insightful