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Race, Prejudice and UNESCO: The Liberal Discourse of Cyril Bibby and Michael Banton
History of Education Researcher (2010)
  • Daniel McNeil
Abstract
To go further, I make no secret of my opinion that at the present time the barbarism of Western Europe has reached an incredibly high level, being only surpassed — far surpassed, it is true — by the barbarism of the United States. And I am not talking about Hitler, or the prison guard, or the adventurer, but about the ‘decent fellow’ across the way; not about the member of the SS, or the gangster, but about the respectable bourgeois.
 
Aimé Césaire, Discourse on Colonialism (Monthly Review Press, 2001 [1950]), 47.
Keywords
  • Michael Banton,
  • Cyril Bibby,
  • UNESCO
Publication Date
2010
Citation Information
Daniel McNeil. "Race, Prejudice and UNESCO: The Liberal Discourse of Cyril Bibby and Michael Banton" History of Education Researcher Vol. 85 Iss. 2 (2010) p. 74 - 84
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/danielmcneil/23/