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Perhaps no topic reflects changing societal attitudes in the United States quite like race relations. This book compiles articles published by The New York Times through the twentieth and twenty-first centuries reflecting changing attitudes toward race relations. Coverage includes articles published during the Civil Rights Movement, reflections on police brutality and disproportionate incarceration rates of racial minorities, and pieces on triumphant moments, such as the election of Barack Obama. Readers will encounter the nuances of public attitudes toward race and how they've shifted with time, and have a way to go yet.