A country of strangers : blacks and whites in America / David K. Shipler.

Shipler, David K., 1942-

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		Preface	ix

		Introduction: The Color Line	3

PART ONE	Origins
	One	Integration: Together and Separate	23
		Clustering	23
		Venturinz Out	54
		Black Biculturalism	70
		Homesickness	94
	Two	long: The Stranger Within	111
		Taboos	111
		Marria(ze	116
		Offspnn(z	127
		Boxes	144
	Three	Memon-: The Echoes of History	147
		Beautv for Ashes	147
		The Fatal Stain of Slavery	165
		The Myths of America	188
		The Lure of Africa	201

PART TWO	Images
	Four	Body: Dark Against the Sky	229
		Color	229
		Caste	246
		Bodv Language	257
	Five	Mind: Through a Glass, Darkly	276
		White on Black	276
		White on White, Black on Black	301
		Black on White	310
	Six	Morality: Black Heat, White Cold	317
		Honesty, Dishonesty                    317
		Family Values	331
		Trust, Distrust	344

	Seven	Violence: The Mirror of Harm	356
		Fear	356
		The Color of Law	376
		The Simplicity of Conspiracy  395
	Eight	Power: The Natural Order	409
		The Assumption	409
		The Danger of Politics	420
		From the Bottom	436

PART	THREE	Choices
	Nine	Decoding Racism	447
		Listening	447
		Suffering	460
		Conversing	473
		Coping	479
	Ten	Acting Affirmatively	489
		Controlling Racism	489
		Managing Diversity	506
	Eleven	Breaking the Silence	524
		Officers of the Law	524
		Soldier Citizens	532
	Twelve	A Country of Strangers	560

		Notes	5'7.[

		Index	589