Kovel, JoelPublisher: Columbia University Press, New York
Year Published: 1984 First Published: 1970
Pages: 301pp ISBN: 978-0231057974
Resource Type: Book
Kovel probes the deep psychological and historical embedments of racism in Western civilization.
Abstract: A comprehensive Marxist-psychoanalytic study of white racism which integrates historical, social and psychodynamic perspectives to explore Kovel's definition that 'far from being the simple delusion of a bigoted and ignorant minority, racism is a set of beliefs whose structure arises from the deepest levels of our lives - from the fabric of assumptions we make about the world, ourselves and others and from the patterns of fundamental social activities.
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