What motivates white racism? What effects does racism have on white Americans? The Second Edition of this provocative book reveals that racism remains a pervasive force in American society and that its effects on whites are still misunderstood.
Combining the contributions of sociologists, historians and economists, this new edition contains updated chapters which take account of the developments in American society over the past 15 years. The editors expand on the recommendations they presented in the First Edition, demonstrating clearly the progress made and, more significantly, what remains to be achieved.
Foreword - Thomas F Pettigrew Introduction to the Second Edition - Benjamin P Bowser and Raymond G Hunt Racism and White Racial Identity - James M Jones and Robert T Carter Merging Realities White Identity and Counseling White Allies about Racism - Lillian Roybal Rose The Political Economy of White Racism in the United States - Louis Kushnick Race and Egalitarian Democracy - Patrick L Mason The Distributional Consequences of Racial Conflict Race for the Globe - Gerald Horne US Foreign Policy and Racial Interests If We Live in a `Post' Era, Is There a Post-Racism? - Walter W Stafford The Managing Diversity Movement - Octave Baker Origins, Status, and Challenges The Impact of Racism on Whites in Corporate America - John P Fernandez Diversity - Robert W Terry Curse or Blessing for the Elimination of White Racism? White Men's Roles in Multicultural Coalitions - James E Crowfoot and Mark A Chesler Afterthoughts and Reflections, from the First Edition - Benjamin P Bowser and Raymond G Hunt Conclusion to the Second Edition - Benjamin P Bowser and Raymond G Hunt