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    The Man

    A well written story about racism in the United states. Although writtej 8ver 50nyears ago it is still revelent in today's world. Especially now that we actually do have a black pres7dent. Many changes have 7mpr8ved the 0light of race in the United states, there is still raxism. The story folloes Do7glas Dilman who axxidently through succesion becomes president of the United States. It follows his growth as a man and a president while at the sake time fighting racialmprejudice. I believe this boo kk to be as revelent today as in the 60s. Especially with a sitting duly elected blak man as president. His fights are coming from the same racialmprej6dice as Douglas Dilman faced. In 50 years we have grown as a nation but not enough. I would recommend this book to anyone interested in improving ypur view of the 0light of all racially diverse A, ee8cans.


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