4 edition of An American Dilemma Revisited found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||June 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 131 p. :|
|Number of Pages||71|
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Allen, Timothy Bledsoe, Sissela Bok, John Sibley Butler, Obie Clayton, Jr. Using Myrdal as a benchmark, the contributors analyze historical developments, examine current conditions, and investigate strategies for positive change within the core arenas of modern societypolitical, economic, educational, and judicial. The title of the book, An American Dilemma, refers to the moral contradiction of a nation torn between allegiance to its highest ideals and awareness of the base realities of racial discrimination.
Edited by Obie Clayton, Jr. An American Dilemma Revisited Corpus ID: 155620207 Inner-city futures: an American dilemma revisited. Lerner, Michael and Cornel West. Yet despite significant advances, strong economic and social barriers persist, and in many ways the plight of African Americans remains as acute now as it was then.
political, economic, educational, and judicial. In his new book, The Size of Others' Burdens, Erik Schneiderhan asks how people can act in the face of competing pressures, and explores the stories of two famous Americans to develop present-day lessons for improving our communities. The cognition-emotion process in achievement-related contexts. Expectation and reality in freshman adjustment to college.
The school funding controversy: Reality bites. Post-high school plans and aspirations of Black and White high school seniors: 1976-86. Mistrust of the police persists, particularly in cities, and black offenders continue to experience harsher treatment at all stages of the trial process.
Persons who work in the public sector ought to know the histories of the people whom they serve.
But the truth is, ideologically and politically these are very, very different systems.
: Associates in Negro Folk Education, 1936.
Psychometric properties of the student adaptation to college questionnaire with engineering and science students.