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Paperback Black Labor, White Wealth: The Search for Power and Economic Justice Book

ISBN: 0966170210

ISBN13: 9780966170214

Black Labor, White Wealth: The Search for Power and Economic Justice

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An historical analysis of racism and the problem with Black Americans. The research in this book is the foundation for the solutions formulated in PowerNomics: The National Plan to Empower Black America.

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6 ratings

Great book.

The book is what I’ve wanted for awhile. I find that it is important to build a library of knowledge to teach us about our history and our present day selves. I highly recommend this must read book.

Understanding and knowing why

I was pleased that Dr. Anderson stated that the purpose of his book was not to criticize any group of people, but to analyze history and propose a reasonable solution.A lot of questions have been answered.I am looking forward to reading Powernomics. Please read this awesome book with an open mind and look at the facts.Buy it.

A different economic history

One of the best books on economic history dealing with a topic few wish to discuss or acknowledge!! Dr Claude explores a wide range of topics dealing first with the true beneficiaries of government affirmative action, slavery, jim crow simi slavery and the current private economic handouts. The African economic economy has been very prosperous all others. This is a must read for those MBA grads who need additional information on how to run businesses in Urban and Suburban communities. The best part is, Dr. Claude gives solutions and remedies that are timely and most warranted .


This book proves the absolute travesty of history education given to students in the U.S. As a young black man taught in public schools, one almost gasps in astonishment at how sinister US textbook authors are by completely marginalizing and minimalizing slavery and its place in american history. The US economy was founded off of the mass exploitation of blacks, producing most if not all of the goods and services this country (and European countries) consumed and traded with other nations. When one quantifies the whole of what blacks experienced through 450 years of holocaust, one wonders how on earth we managed to survive in the first place. An example of one of the facts mentioned by the author is that immigrants (either living in or arriving) to the U.S. are able to reap first class citizenship status and enjoy the fruits and benefits of this country while not having to lift a finger..even with millions of them having fought as COMBATANTS in major WARS AGAINST THE U.S; yet blacks, who have been here since its very beginning, are still seen as 2nd and 3rd class citizens, shut out of the ownership class in this country, and marginalized in every single facet of american society, and have yet receive their just recompense for centuries of abuse, exploitation, and genocide. Guess its just the "american way"...

This book is a wake up call for African Americans!

This book is excellent! It provides a historical insight of our condition here in America. In additon, it provides stategies for African Americans on how to deal with the problems that confront us on the eve of the 21st century. A must for your library.

This book is a MUST READ for ALL conscientious black people.

If you are tired of the modern day "Sambos" like Armstrong Williams, Larry Elders, Clarence Thomas, J.C. (Just Cooning) Watts and the many other LOST SOULS, then this book is a definite necessity. If you are fustrated with the past, current, and possibly future predicament that our strong race of people are in, then this book is a definite must read. If you are looking for a direction to actively counter-attack white economic, political, and of course racist implementations to further destroy our people, then this book will give you the necessary tools to fight this oppressive war. This book is the modern day equivalent of giving a slave a compass, map, horse, and food to get to "quasi freedom". I give the book a rating of 20, it tells the ABSOLUTE TRUTH and just does not pay lip service to our plight, but offers an aggressive plan of action that WILL WORK if only we would heed the lessons of the past. The new struggle is not marching, singing, and/or picketing, the new struggle is ECONOMIC my beloved people. WAKE UP AND FIGHT YOU MIGHTY RACE OF BEAUTIFUL BLACK PEOPLE! Love, peace, and eternal blackness.
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