Race and democratic society.

by Franz Boas

Publisher: J.J. Augustin in New York

Written in English
Published: Pages: 219 Downloads: 70
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  • Social problems,
  • Race relations.,
  • Nationalism

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A collection of papers and addresses.

The Physical Object
Pagination5 p. l., 219 p. front. (port.)
Number of Pages219
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Open LibraryOL14780742M

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Racial discrimination embodies inequality, exclusion, and injustice and as such has no place in a democratic society. And yet racial matters pervade nearly every aspect of American life, influencing where we live, what schools we attend, the friends we make, the votes we cast, the opportunities we enjoy, and even the television shows we watch.

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Some 30 articles selected from the many written by a noted anthropologist during a long and productive lifetime. They are grouped under the headings Race, Units of Man (including Nationalism and International States) and Democratic Society.

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