Book Description: Race is still the American dilemma. This is partly because Americans dare not speak frankly about it. There is no other subject on which private opinion diverges so greatly from public expression.This book is different. Its contributors--some of the most thoughtful people writing about race today--refuse to be intimidated by accusations of "racism." Here is straight talk on the burning issues that will shape our future:-Why is integration not working?-Is Third-World immigration good for America?-Why is there so much black crime?-Are there racial differences in IQ?Are whites destined to become a minority?This collection of essays on race and immigration is written by eight leading thinkers who are not afraid of being called "racist." It is published by the staff of American Renaissance, a monthly publication that has been called "a literate, undeceived journal of race, immigration, and the decline of civility."