From Simon & Schuster, Power, Racism, and Privilege is William J. Wilson's exploration of race relations in theoretical and sociohistorical perspectives.
As described by Contemporary Sociology, Power, Racism, and Privilege is "a useful work in which history, theory and comparative analysis are uniquely brought together to provide a provocative application of theory to empirical materials in the are of race relations."
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