The End of White Politics: How to Heal Our Liberal Divide

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6.1 X 9.1 X 1.1 inches | 0.9 pounds

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About the Author

Zerlina Maxwell is an MSNBC political analyst, commentator, speaker, and writer. She is also the Senior Director of Progressive Programming for SiriusXM and the cohost of the award-winning radio show, Signal Boost.


*TIME, "Best New Books of July"*
*O MAGAZINE, "Best Books of August 2020"*
*Ms. Magazine, "July 2020 Reads for the Rest of Us"*
*Fortune, "7 New Books to Read in July"*
*Project Censored, "Summer Reading List (2020)"*
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"With a style that is as infectious as it is cogent and accessible, the author outlines and defends her recommendations and strategies so thoroughly that the only possible dissent is a willful disregard for the future of not just the Democratic Party, but the future of all but the most privileged Americans."--Kirkus, Starred Review
"Maxwell has produced a worthwhile blueprint for a party that seems to have lost its way."--Booklist
"[This book shows exactly how] uniting under a common vision... will benefit us all."--New Books Network
"As an analysis of the current state of America's political system, The End of White Politics - How to Heal Our Liberal Divide is an important book that reads like the future, like an awakening, like common sense. Written with passion and commitment, Zerlina Maxwell presents her argument persuasively and unapologetically, and with enough anecdotes to lift it above the political thesis."--Manhattan Book Review
"[This] book aims to confront the inherent whiteness at the heart of America's politics on both sides of the aisle... [it is] so current and immediate and gripping that reading it feels like someone let Maxwell peek at summer 2020's headlines before she sat down to write it."--Glamour
"In her classic truth-telling, no-holds-barred style, Zerlina flips the 'identity politics' debate on its head, laying out why Democrats should reject the notion that it's a politics of social division, and instead embrace it as a bridge to social cohesion and inclusion. The book underscores a powerful truth: centering the voices and experiences of those too long marginalized in our politics--including women of color and particularly black women--will not only strengthen our democracy, it will win elections."--Maya L. Harris, civil rights advocate, former seniorpolicy advisor to Hillary Clinton, and author of Women of Color: A GrowingForce in the American Electorate