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Analyzing Racial Formation Through Historical Studies

Rather, social problems arise from people's cultural assumptions and beliefs about how people who are perceived in terms of such categories may be treated. After all, few would object if people displayed a propensity to be extra kind to persons whom they perceived as belonging to another race.

If "race" is the conscious concept that arises from mental processes that operate generally far below the level of ordinary consciousness, then one can see how unlikely it is that American society could become "color-blind"...

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