"Racism has become a prominent subject these days. It has been "discovered" in much the same way as Captain Cook "discovered" NZ - it had had a factual existence for a long time previously. Suddenly racism becomes a word on everyone's lips; concern with racism becomes a national phenomenon." This paper looks at the distinctions between prejudice and bigotry and racism.
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Based on a paper by D. Steinberg, Published by PACT, Detroit