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A History of Prejudice

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A History of Prejudice : Race, Caste, and Difference in India and the United States

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The persistence of prejudice. India and the United States Pandey's strength is his unpacking of the ways memoir and historiography shape an ongoing discourse about both the nature of the two movements for equality and their engagement with larger political cultures. For Americanists, the Dalit material will be fresh and provocative, and the author's discussion of the limitations of struggle aimed at liberal inclusion in both places should prompt useful questions about the consequent elision of other forms of oppression.

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