A master teacher and preeminent analyst of America's racial dilemma bridges the gulf between races in this national best seller. Cornel West is a professor at Harvard's Divinity School and Department of Afro-American Studies. He is the author of many books, including Prophetic Fragments, and with bell hooks, Breaking Bread.More
"As moving as any of the sermons of the Rev. Martin Luther King, as profound as W.E.B. DuBois�" (Washington Post Book World)
"Few Americans speak about race with [his] clarity, humanity, and intellectual rigor." (Senator Bill Bradley)
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Among the best (top 5).
I would not compare this to other books, it seems Dr. West was attempting to survey the current outlook on racism. I am not familiar with other books that share equal scope.
I have listened to his discussions and debates, and I must say, his conversation and writing are both eloquent and unassuming.
I think the most interesting tidbit was the references to other authors that have influenced Dr. West. In particular, I was introduced to the author Toni Morrison, of which I look forward to reading.
This is a great book and Dr. West's book deserves serious consideration. A must read.
- Roger Albarran,