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Jim Sleeper • 65 Items / 3 Books, 53 Articles, 9 Reviews
The Closest of Strangers (1990)
Liberalism and the Politics of Race in New York
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Published Reviews
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    Race and Urban Politics (Review)
    The Closest of Strangers, by Jim Sleeper
    1. The Closest of Strangers by Jim Sleeper
    First Things, February 1991, pp. 42-45
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    Apology for Archie (Review)
    The Closest of Strangers, by Jim Sleeper
    1. The Closest of Strangers by Jim Sleeper
    The Nation, December 3, 1990, pp. 700-705
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    Racial Politics and the City (Review)
    The Closest of Strangers, by Jim Sleeper
    1. The Closest of Strangers by Jim Sleeper
    Telos, Spring 1991, pp. 173-184
  4. On Political Books
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    Manhattan on the Rocks (Review)
    Moderate black leaders could save New York from the Sharptons and the Brawleys.
    1. The Closest of Strangers by Jim Sleeper
    The Washington Monthly, November 1990, pp. 47-49
  5. Books in Review
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    In Urban America (2 Reviews)
    The Closest of Strangers, by Jim Sleeper
    1. The Closest of Strangers by Jim Sleeper
    2. Devil's Night by Ze'ev Chafets
    Commentary, December 1990, pp. 55-57
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    Integration: The Lost Ideal (2 Reviews)
    The Civil Rights Era, by Hugh Davis Graham
    1. The Civil Rights Era by Hugh Davis Graham
    2. The Closest of Strangers by Jim Sleeper
    Commonweal, November 9, 1990, pp. 658-659
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    Trans-National America (8 Reviews)
    Going to School, by Kofi Lomotey
    1. Going to School by Kofi Lomotey
    2. Ethnic Identity by Richard D. Alba
    3. The Closest of Strangers by Jim Sleeper
    4. Forked Tongue by Rosalie Porter
    5. A Curriculum of Inclusion
    6. From Gatekeeper to Gateway
    7. Campus Ethnoviolence and the Policy Options by Howard J. Ehrlich
    8. The American Kaleidoscope by Lawrence H. Fuchs
    The New York Review of Books, November 22, 1990, pp. 19-24