Pride and Prejudice

Johnson, Gerald W.
December 1961
New Republic;12/25/61, Vol. 145 Issue 26, p10
Denounces the need to eradicate pride of race to establish justice. Delusion cherished by the English-speaking people which might ruin U.S. citizens; Reason for one's unaltered conviction that the valuable human attributes were monopolized by white Protestants of Anglo-Saxon derivation and with blue eyes; Occurrence of xenophobia in U.S. society; Effect of the universality of xenophobia on the people's mindset; Weapon used by the African Americans to improve their condition in the country.


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