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    One by One from the Inside Out Essays and Reviews on Race and Responsibility in America

    ISBN-10: 0029194415
    ISBN-13: 9780029194416
    Author(s): Glenn C. Loury
    Description: This work takes a critical look at the controversies surrounding such issues as black-Jewish relations, welfare reform, the changing nature of family structure amongst blacks and whites and the racial dimension in academic performance and crime.
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    Publisher: Free Press
    Binding: Hardcover
    Pages: 332
    Size: 6.41" wide x 9.58" long x 1.14" tall
    Weight: 1.606
    Language: English

    This work takes a critical look at the controversies surrounding such issues as black-Jewish relations, welfare reform, the changing nature of family structure amongst blacks and whites and the racial dimension in academic performance and crime.

    Boston University professor Glenn Loury was educated at Northwestern University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Loury has taught at Harvard University, Northwestern University and the University of Michigan. He is currently on the commission for the National Academy of Science and was elected vice president of the American Economics Association in 1997. Loury has contributed writing to The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post and National Review. He also is an editor for The New Republic. Loury's book "One by One, From the Inside Out: Essays and Reviews on Race and Responsibility in America," which won the 1996 American Book Award and the 1996 Christianity Today Award. He has also received a Guggenheim Fellowship.

    Prologue: Free at Last? A Personal Perspective on Race and Identity in America
    Race and Responsibility in the Post-Civil Rights Era
    Black Dignity and the Common Good
    The Moral Quandary of the Black Community
    A New American Dilemma
    Two Paths to Black Progress
    The End of an Illusion: Black-Jewish Relations in the Nineties
    Economic Discrimination: Getting to the Core of the Problem
    Senate Testimony on the Civil Rights Act of 1990
    Can We Talk?
    Self-Censorship in Public Discourse: A Theory of Political Correctness and Related Phenomena
    Leadership Failure and the Loyalty Trap
    Second Thoughts and First Principles
    Professors and the Poor: Discussion at a Poverty Conference
    A Critical Look at the Field (Selected Reviews)
    Preaching to the Converted: Race Matters
    Liberal Racism: Two Nations
    Dilemmas of a Black Intellectual: Reflections of an Affirmative Action Baby
    Demanding More of Blacks Than Whites: The Content of Our Character
    The Family, the Nation, and Senator Moynihan: Family and Nation
    A Crisis Grows in Brooklyn: Canarsie
    Other Reviews, 1992-1994
    Doing Well by Doing Good: The Death of an American Jewish Community
    Miracles Are Still Happening: Upon This Rock: The Miracles of a Black Church
    Spiritual Politics: The Culture of Disbelief
    Permanently Alienated: Faces at the Bottom of the Well: The Permanence of Racism
    The Epic Career of W. E. B. Du Bois: W. E. B. Du Bois: Writings
    Black Crime: Answering Conservatives: "America's Black Crime Gap - and How to Close It"
    It's a Spiritual Thing, You Wouldn't Understand: The Bell Curve
    Epilogue: New Life: A Professor and Veritas
    Notes
    Index

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