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Shadows of Race and Class

1991
Author:

Raymond S. Franklin

Shadows of Race and Class

A powerful analysis that makes new connections between race and class—and a proposal for radical urban social change.

A powerful analysis that makes new connections between race and class—and a proposal for radical urban social change.

Brilliantly challenges the familiar paradigms. In a fresh and deliberate way, [Franklin] informs and gives a needed bite to the continuous American debate about social justice and equity for all in this society.

Francis Fox Piven

A powerful analysis that makes new connections between race and class—and a proposal for radical urban social change.

Shadows of Race and Class

Raymond S. Franklin is director of the Michael Harrington Center for Democratic Values and Social Change, professor of economics at Queens college, and professor of sociology at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York. He has written American Capitalism: Two Visions and, with Solomon Resnik, The Political Economy of Racism, as well as numerous articles on race, class, and urban issues.

Shadows of Race and Class

In putting forth such a finely sketched evocation of the intersection of race and class in a highly accessible manner, Raymond Franklin has made a significant contribution.

Christianity and Crisis

In putting forth such a finely sketched evocation of the intersection of race and class in a highly accessible manner, Raymond Franklin has made a significant contribution.

Z Magazine

Brilliantly challenges the familiar paradigms. In a fresh and deliberate way, [Franklin] informs and gives a needed bite to the continuous American debate about social justice and equity for all in this society.

Francis Fox Piven