America's foremost radical black intellectual dissects the 'new racism'. Many in the US, including Barack Obama, have called for a 'post-racial' politics: yet race still divides the country politically, economically and socially. In this expanded new edition of a highly acclaimed work, Manning Marable rejects both liberal inclusionist strategies and the separatist politics of Louis Farrakhan, arguing powerfully for a new 'transformationist' strategy which retains a distinctive black cultural identity but draws together all the poor and exploited in a united struggle against oppression. In a substantial new introduction, Marable looks back at the last ten years of African-American politics and struggles against racism, outlining a powerful analysis of the New Racial Domain that has been consolidated.
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