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End of Anger A New Generation's Take on Race and Rage

ISBN-10: 0061998567

ISBN-13: 9780061998560

Edition: N/A

Authors: Ellis Cose

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“A tremendously important book—gracefully done, painfully perceptive…fearless in its honesty.”—Jonathan Kozol, author of Savage Inequalities“The most authoritative accounting I’ve seen of where our country stands in its unending quest to resolve the racial dilemma on which it was founded.”—Diane McWhorter, Pulitzer Prize-winning author of Carry Me Home“The End of Anger may be the defining work on America’s new racial dynamics.”—Anthony D. Romero, Executive Director of the American Civil Liberties UnionEllis Cose is a venerated voice on American life. With The End of Anger, he offers readers a sharp and insightful contemporary look at the decline of black rage, the demise of white guilt, and the intergenerational shifts in how blacks and whites view and interact with each other. A new generation’s take on race and rage, The End of Anger may be the most important book dealing with race to be published in the last several decades.
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Book details

List price: $18.50
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Publication date: 5/8/2012
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 320
Size: 5.25" wide x 8.00" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 0.550
Language: English

Ellis Cose is a columnist and contributing editor for Newsweek. He began his journalism career at nineteen as a columnist for the Chicago Sun-Times. He lives in New York City.

Introduction: A New Age and a New Generation
Revising the Racial Contract
Children of the Dream
From the Hallowed Halls of Harvard
Fighters, Dreamers, and Believers
Hostiles, Neutrals, and Allies
Reaching Across the Generational Divide
A Place to Call Home
Jail, Jobs, School, and Hope
The End of Black Politics, Reconsidered
The Future of Civil Rights
Prejudice, Equality, and Our Capacity for Change
Acknowledgments
Appendix: Black Harvard MBAs Share Their Rules for Success
Index