A practical guide to racism takes a satirical look at long standing stereotypes and draws them out to their mad and illogical conclusions at its core this deeply sarcastic body of evidence suggests that by the standards of racism every race is terrible in its own right. A practical guide to racism is a 2007 humorous satirical book written by sam means under the pseudonym ch dalton the book is similar to the douglas sutherland book the english gentleman in that it is constructed as a guide to the behaviors of various social groups in this case ethnic races built entirely out of stereotypes associated with said groups. A practical guide to racism book read 139 reviews from the worlds largest community for readers a hilarious look at the races of the world capturing t a practical guide to racism book read 139 reviews from the worlds largest community for readers trivia about a practical guide no trivia or quizzes yet. This is not simply a guide to being a racist rather its a book that highlights the ludicrous absurdity which is prevalent in all racism it takes a satirical look at these long standing stereotypes and draws them out to their mad and illogical conclusions. Racism is the dislike of another race as a whole or of another person solely because he is a member of a certain race as the title implies this book is meant to serve as a practical guide to racism for both racists and non racists alike
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