Race & Class, Volume XXVIII, Winter 1987, Number 3

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Race & Class, Volume XXVIII, Winter 1987, Number 3

Published by the Institute of Race Relations in 1987, 108 pages. Paperback - c.14.5cm by 21cm (S8295HWSO)

Race & Class is the journal of the institute of Race Relations, and describes itself as 'A Journal for Black and Third World Liberation'. This edition contains the following articles:

Tales of underdevelopment, MAURICE BAZIN
Foundations of Eurocentrism in mathematics, GEORGE GHEVARUGHESE JOSEPH
Garvey's forerunners: Love and Bedward, RUPERT LEWIS
Revitalising the Muslim community, ANWAR H. SYED
Notes and documents:
Chile: the costs of failure (Bill Schwarz)
Israel and the contras (Jack Colhoun)
Lionhearted women: the Sistren Theatre Collective (Elean Thomas)
UK commentary: 'The new true anti-racist movement' (John Schaechter)
Visas and the British press (Paul Gordon)
Book reviews
Frantz Fanon and the psychology of oppression by Hussein Abdilahi Bulhan (Homi K. Bhabha)
Touching ground; taking root: theological and political reflections on the Philippine struggle by Ed de la Torre (Kenneth Leech)
Anglicans and racism: the Balsal! Heath Consultation by Race, Pluralism and Community Group (Paul Grant)
The press and political dissent: a question of censorship by Mark Hollingsworth (David Rose)

The condition of the book is generally good. The covers have some minor scuffs and blemishes, and light wear along the edges and corners (including a deep crease across the top right hand corner), but the spine is intact and all pages are intact and tightly bound. There is light yellowing to the inside page edges throughout.