Cornel West | Critical Review by Sanford Pinsker

This literature criticism consists of approximately 9 pages of analysis & critique of Cornel West.
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Critical Review by Sanford Pinsker

SOURCE: “What's Love, and Candor, Got to Do With It?,” in Virginia Quarterly Review, Vol. 70, No. 1, Winter, 1994, pp. 174-81.

In the following positive review of Race Matters, Pinsker examines West's observations and concerns about contemporary racial unrest.

Race Matters may be a slim volume, but it has propelled its author to wide public attention, not only because the eight essays collected between its hard covers deal with such controversial issues as black-Jewish relations, black rage, and the crisis in black leadership, or even because its publication date coincided with the first anniversary of the profound social unrest that exploded in south central Los Angeles, but also because the book makes it clear that West is an intellectual in the best sense of the term. His passionate commitment to a wide range of ideas and perhaps more...

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