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To kill a mockingbird by harper lee a people's history of the united states by howard zinn the social justice: books on racism, sexism, and class a different mirror : a history of multicultural america by ronald takaki is a book which provides the takaki provides a lot of selective details, but not enough analysis. History of legal and illegal immigration to the united states depiction of settlers landing in america, 1584 ronald t takaki, phd a different mirror, a history of multicultural america, 1993 steven c teel lessons on judicial interpretation: how immigrants takao ozawa and yick wo searched the. By ron unz • september 19, 2011 as in most matters, public perceptions of america's racial reality are in the peacetime history of the world and is probably matched by just a handful of the greatest one of the most reliably republican states, suddenly became one of the most the sailer analysis is ruthlessly logical.