Michael L. Ondaatje examines the ideas and arguments of prominent black conservative thinkers during the past three decades, charting the evolution of black conservative thought in relation to key debates on affirmative action, welfare, and education.
2009 | 232 pages | Cloth $34.95 | Paper $26.50
Political Science / American History
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Table of Contents
Chapter One: Profiles of an Intellectual Vanguard
Chapter Two: Affirmative Action Dilemmas
Chapter Three: Partisans of the Poor?
Chapter Four: Visions of School Reform