Adolph Reed; interviewee. Twiley Barker and Jewel Prestage; interviewer.
Dr. Adolph Reed, a political science professor at the University of Arkansas, discusses his experiences as a young African American man in the South. He describes his education and tells various anecdotes concerning American political hypocrisy. Reed discusses class and racial discrimination and provides his opinion on whether social scientists have addressed these problems. In addition, Reed discusses inconsistencies and hypocrisy within the American political landscape.
Louie B. Nunn Center for Oral History, University of Kentucky Libraries
University of Kentucky
Reed, Adolph, 1921-2003--Interviews., African American political scientists--Interviews., African Americans., Political science., Racism., Classism., Political ethics--United States., Democracy--United States., Education, Higher.
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