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Shelby Steele • 23 Items / 4 Books, 15 Articles, 3 Reviews, 1 Film
The Content of Our Character (1990)
A New Vision of Race In America
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Published Reviews
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    Beyond Victimology (Review)
    The Content of Our Character, by Shelby Steele
    1. The Content of Our Character by Shelby Steele
    Chronicles, May 1991, p. 33
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    The Racial Self (Review)
    The Content of Our Character, by Shelby Steele
    1. The Content of Our Character by Shelby Steele
    Commentary, February 1991, pp. 58-60
  3. Books
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    The minuet of racial politics (Review)
    The Content of Our Character, by Shelby Steele
    1. The Content of Our Character by Shelby Steele
    Commonweal, January 11, 1991, p. 23
  4. Books & the Arts
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    Steele Trap (Review)
    The Content of Our Character, by Shelby Steele
    1. The Content of Our Character by Shelby Steele
    The Nation, March 4, 1991, pp. 274-280
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    Right Books (Review)
    The Content of Our Character, by Shelby Steele
    1. The Content of Our Character by Shelby Steele
    National Review, September 17, 1990, pp. 52-53
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    The Fire This Time (Review)
    The Content of Our Character, by Shelby Steele
    1. The Content of Our Character by Shelby Steele
    The New Republic, December 10, 1990, pp. 33-36
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    The Character of our Content (Review)
    The Content of Our Character, by Shelby Steele
    1. The Content of Our Character by Shelby Steele
    Telos, Winter 1990, pp. 184-185
  8. On Political Books
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    Inside Racism (Review)
    Shelby Steele argues that for blacks, self-doubt is a bigger enemy than white hatred.
    1. The Content of Our Character by Shelby Steele
    The Washington Monthly, October 1990, pp. 53-55
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    Criticus (7 Reviews)
    The emerging critique of Affirmative Action
    1. Equality Transformed by Herman Belz
    2. The Content of Our Character by Shelby Steele
    3. A Nation of Victims by Charles J. Sykes
    4. Invisible Victims by Frederick R. Lynch
    5. Preferential Policies by Thomas Sowell
    6. The Dream and the Nightmare by Myron Magnet
    7. Paved With Good Intentions by Jared Taylor
    California Political Review, Spring 1993, pp. 31-32