With uncompromising clarity, Jim Sleeper discusses what liberals need to do to return their political movement to the vital center. He challenges us to transcend race, to reject the foolish policies and attitudes that have only reinforced racial divisions, and to weave a social fabric sturdy enough to sustain the values upon which this country was founded.
Jim Sleeper is a writer on urban politics and civic culture, and has been a politcal columnist for The New York Daily News. His commentary has appeared in Harper's, The New Republic, The New Yorker, The Washington Monthly, The Nation, The Weekly Standard, The New Leader, and others.
Chapter 1 Life After Diversity Chapter 2 Innocence by Association Chapter 3 Voting Wrongs Chapter 4 Media Myopia Chapter 5 Way Out of Africa Chapter 6 Many Colors, One Culture? Chapter 7 What We Have Lost Chapter 8 A Country Beyond Race