By James M. Glaser,Timothy J. Ryan
Americans pontificate egalitarianism, yet democracy makes it not easy for minorities to win. Changing Minds, If no longer Hearts explores political innovations that counteract the impulse of racial majorities to consider racial concerns as a zero-sum video game, within which a win for one crew potential a loss for one more. James M. Glaser and Timothy J. Ryan argue that, even if political methods frequently inflame racial tensions, the instruments of politics may also alleviate conflict.
Through randomized experiments performed in South Carolina, California, Michigan, Mississippi, Oklahoma, and New Jersey, Glaser and Ryan discover the racial underpinnings of disputes over affirmative motion, public tuition investment projects, accomplice flag screens on executive structures, reparations, and racial profiling. The authors learn even if groups rife with clash recommend diverse results whilst concerns are solid in numerous terms—for instance, via calling consciousness to double criteria, evoking trade conceptions of equity and justice, or restructuring electoral offerings to provide citizens higher regulate. Their reports establish a number of instruments which may support triumph over competition to minority pursuits which are because of racial hostility. Even in groups averse to lodging, even the place antipathy and prejudice linger, minorities can win.
With truly offered facts and compelling prose, Changing Minds, If no longer Hearts presents a shiny and sensible representation of ways educational concept will help get to the bottom of conflicts at the ground.
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Changing Minds, If Not Hearts: Political Remedies for Racial Conflict (American Governance: Politics, Policy, and Public Law) by James M. Glaser,Timothy J. Ryan