At the end of the chapter on pp. 205 it states: “Despite the partial reforms accomplished (around 1970) at a tremendous human cost, the basic patterns of racial depotism remained unchanged. The First Reconstruction (after the Civil War) had not been able to undo white supremacy; the Social Reconstruction (after World War II) was not able to do so either. From about 1970, a racial reaction set in—a long declining phase of the post-World War II political trajectory of race.”
How does this statement compare to what is going on now with Race relations? Is it the same as what the chapter 7 talked about and what chapter 8 discusses?
Reference is ¨Racial Formation in the United States¨ by Michael Omi and Howard Winant
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