The history of American race relations provides an almost perfect example of the process by which popular myths are created to permit the simultaneous existence...

When, in May 1954, the Supreme Court held that segregation in public education was unconstitutional, it brought to a head another question that is less...

During the past two decades social scientists have responded to the awful reality of racial persecution with a vigorous attack on racist theory.1 Anthropologists in...

The World Congress of Sociology, which met late in August of this year in Amsterdam, if it did nothing else, may have shocked some of...

The sense of a radical dehumanization of life which has accompanied events of the past several decades has given rise to the theory of “mass...

In The flurry of assertions about the future occasioned by the tercentenary of the American Jewish community, virtually no one, it would seem, took a...

Discrimination and Science by Bruno Bettelheim Prejudice and Your Child. by Kenneth B. Clark. Beacon Press. 151 pp. $2.50. Because Kenneth B. Clark’s Prejudice and Your Child is...

William saroyan once wrote a story about an ugly little man who tried to overcome his feelings of inadequacy by searching Time magazine for photographs...