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Ellis Cose

A Man's World: How Real Is Male Privilege-And How High Is Its Price? by Ellis Cose ~ Editions: Hardcover | Paperback
A Knight to Remember by Christina Dodd, Ellis Cose (Mass Market Paperback - August 1999) Editions: Mass Market Paperback
A Nation of Strangers: Prejudice, Politics, and the Populating of America by Ellis Cose
Color-Blind: Seeing Beyond Race in a Race-Obsessed World by Ellis Cose (Paperback - February 1998) Editions: Hardcover | Paperback
The Best Defense by Ellis Cose (Mass Market Paperback - September 1999) Editions: Hardcover | Mass Market Paperback
The Darden Dilemma: 12 Black Writers on Justice, Race, and Conflicting Loyalties by Ellis Cose (Editor)


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The Envy of the World:The Envy of the World: On Being a Black Man in America by Ellis Cose (Hardcover - February 2002) Editions: Hardcover | Paperback | Digital (Microsoft Reader) | Digital (Adobe Reader) ~ Cose, a contributing editor and columnist at Newsweek and author of the critically acclaimed The Rage of a Privileged Class, was ordered out of a San Francisco restaurant because the matred claimed he was a "troublemaker." Drawing from his own experience (much of it, thankfully, much less hateful), as well as that of men he interviewed, Cose in nice prose details the myriad experiences of black men, among them Henry Louis Gates at Harvard University; Antwan Allen, a Harlem teenager who rejects what "being black" means on the street; Useni Eugene Perkins, poet and author of Home is a Dirty Secret; and Loquillo, who died of a heroin overdose at the age of 45. Spinning these stories, Cose begins to map the complex social, emotional and political fabric in which African-American men such as Tiger Woods and Colin Powell are lionized or like Willie Horton, scorned and feared. He presents an impressive array of statistics "twenty-eight percent of all black males... eventually will end up in jail"; a Harvard study that showed "black students were nearly three times as likely as whites to be labeled `retarded' " which are used not simply to prove racism but to explore the underlying cultural and racial contradictions that produce it. Examining a wide range of cultural artifacts, from William Foote Whyte's classic 1943 Street Corner Society to the 2001 movie Whiteboys, and never avoiding hard questions such as black-on-black crime or interracial sex, Cose charts both an urgently argued history of black masculinity and a moving and nuanced snapshot of where it is now. A six-city author tour should draw Cose's regular Newsweek readers and move copies of the book. Agent, Michael Congdon. Copyright 2001 Cahners Business Information, Inc.
The Press by Ellis Cose Editions: Hardcover
The Rage of a Privileged Class: Why Do Prosperous Blacks Still Have the Blues?
by Ellis Cose (Books) (Paperback - January 11, 1995) Other Editions: Hardcover |
~ There is a huge black middle class, many of whom are well educated, competent, and prosperous. Yet despite their great achievements, says Cose, they are frustrated and even enraged. He cites one survey after another to portray the subtle forms of prejudice that black professionals must endure: a black woman may be hired in public relations, say, but then whites will see the position as weak and nonintellectual, a job designed for blacks. A black male lawyer hired to fill a quota may file brilliant briefs, but he'll be held back from a partnership because affirmative action may get you in the door, but it quickly becomes a millstone. See also Stephen Carter's Reflections of an Affirmative Action Baby (1991). In any event, Cose has written an exceptionally reflective book, and serialization in Newsweek should assure demand.

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