Review of Books On Race in America

Below is a list of important books that deal with race from a sociological or socio-historical perspective of which I have written critical reviews. I have made them available to allow those reading these books to have one perspective on the relatives merits of these works. These are not summaries, so if you haven't read the book, they may not be all that useful.
Race in the United States

   Bonilla-Silva. 2003. Racism Without Racists: Color-Blind Racism and the Persistence of Radical Inequality in the United States. Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield.
Review
  Sugrue, Thomas J. 2005. The origins of the urban crisis: race and inequality in postwar Detroit. Princeton: Princeton University Press.
Review
  Wilson, William Julius. 2009. More Than Just Race: being black and poor in the inner city. New York: WW Norton.
Review
  Oliver, Melvin, and Thomas Shapiro. 2006. Black Wealth/White Wealth, 2ed. New York: Routledge.
Review
  Jeffries, Kwame. 2009. Bloody Lowndes. New York: NYU Press.
Review
  Zuberi, Tukufu. 2001. Thicker Than Blood: how racial statistics lie. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press.
Review
   


Schuman, Howard. 1997 (2nd ed.) Racial Attitudes in America. Cambridge: HUP. 
Review
 
Royster. 2003. Race and the Invisible Hand: how white networks exclude black men from jobs. Los Angeles, University of California Press.
Review
 
David Roediger . 2007 (reprint). The Wages of Whiteness. Verso.
Review



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