Mentioning the unmentionable

Zuckerman, M.B.
June 1990
U.S. News & World Report;6/4/90, Vol. 108 Issue 22, p82
Editorial. Argues that `not mentioning' the issue of race will risk explosion and lists some `truths' alive in America today. Whites are right to fear black crime, and blacks are even righter; Blacks (and Puerto Ricans) are not doing well enough in school. Deterioration of the black family and its ejection into the society of a hostile community of young blacks who drop out of school and out of work, often preying on black society.


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