Not even past : Barack Obama and the burden of race

Barack Obama, in his acclaimed campaign speech discussing the troubling complexities of race in America today, quoted William Faulkner's famous remark, 'The past isn't dead and buried. In fact, it isn't even past'. In this book, Thomas Sugrue examines the paradox of race in...

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Main Author: Sugrue, Thomas J., 1962-
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: Princeton, N.J. : Princeton University Press, ©2010.
Series:Lawrence Stone lectures.
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Summary: Barack Obama, in his acclaimed campaign speech discussing the troubling complexities of race in America today, quoted William Faulkner's famous remark, 'The past isn't dead and buried. In fact, it isn't even past'. In this book, Thomas Sugrue examines the paradox of race in Obama's America and how President Obama intends to deal with it.
Physical Description: 165 pages ; 23 cm.
Bibliography: Includes bibliographical references.
ISBN: 9780691137308
0691137307