PUNISHMENT WITHOUT CRIME by S. Andhil Fineberg

PUNISHMENT WITHOUT CRIME

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KIRKUS REVIEW

An extensive documentary of the prevailing attitudes and manifestations of racial, religious or ethnic intolerance, this also includes- with its exposures- the counter offensive measures which should be taken-these to be circumspect rather than combative. From the mental and emotional reactions of prejudice, the spurious generalizations, the scape- goating to which many are prone, this analyzes discrimination in employment, in education, in public accomodations, in housing, and details, the many hate organizations, hate mongers, hate writers, ruffians and rabble rousers operating in our midst. To deflect discrimination, here are proposals of what you should do, as a victim or a non-victim, as a teacher, as a parent, as a clergyman, as an employer, etc. etc. and the ways in which the community relations agencies will help you.... Based on many years' experience in this field, this is fully amplified by actual incidents and should be of value to all working towards social re-education.

Pub Date: Aug. 18th, 1949
Publisher: Doubleday