Racially Separate or Together?

Racially Separate or Together?

Racially Separate or Together?

Racially Separate or Together?

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This book has grown out of my deep conviction that genuine racial integration can and must be achieved in the United States. Both the book and the conviction that underlies it derive from my experience as a social psychologist and a specialist in race relations. I have taught race relations to thousands of college students, spoken to hundreds of audiences, and acted as a consultant for government agencies, school systems, and civil rights groups and lawyers. All these activities have contributed to the content of the book; in fact, most of the content was developed first for lectures.

Because of the nature of the book, I am grateful to an unusually large number of people. The finest part of teaching at a university such as Harvard is the colleagues and students one has, and many of my colleagues and students have given me much help. I am indebted especially to Miss Susan Heidel, whose enthusiasm in helping to assemble this book kept up my own motivation. I am also greatly indebted, of course, to my coauthors of several chapters: Professor Kurt Back of Duke University (Chapter 5), Professor J. Michael Ross of the University of California at San Diego and Professor Thomas Crawford of the University of California at Berkeley (Chapter . . .

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