SOURCE: Boston Review
by Charisse Burden-Stelly
A reviewer takes Isabel Wilkerson's book "Caste" to task for failure to examine the connections between racism and economic exploitation.
SOURCE: The New Yorker
Wilkerson's book contends that what we know as racism must be understood as a system of social domination, not as a matter of group conflict or prejudice.
SOURCE: New York Times
“Caste” lands so firmly because the historian, the sociologist and the reporter are not at war with the essayist and the critic inside her.
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