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Reviewed by Philip Van Heusen for Readers' Favorite
I grew up in the South in the ‘50s and ‘60s. I was taught that being an American meant we all had equal rights regardless of socioeconomic status. However, many did not share this mindset, and discrimination abounded. The South especially has a history of racism. While that should be a thing of the past, its ugly head is rising again as minorities become more powerful. Roland Martin’s research in White Fear indicates that white Americans fear losing control because people of color now have power. White Americans ran this country for most of its history, so losing control is scary. Fear causes people to do and say strange things. This summary will shed some light on the subject and prepare you to read the original book.
Being unfamiliar with the book White Fear by Roland Martin and Leah Lakins makes it hard to judge Summary of White Fear. However, allowing the summary to stand on its own gives a sneak peek into the value of the original book. Summary of White Fear by Ted Noble is an incentive to read the original text. Roland Martin talks about the Republican Replacement Theory as the fear all whites have that power is being leached away by people of color. This summary seems to give a fair description of the original book. Ted’s style of writing is simple. Liberals of all shades will enjoy this book, while conservatives might find it a little challenging. No matter what your political slant is, I recommend reading this summary to see if you might want to read the original book.