Although they apparently share a title and publisher, the essays in the Race Relations: Opposing Viewpoints edited by Mary E. Williams are different from those in the work edited by James D. Torr, which are different from those in the work edited by Paul A. Winters, which are different from those in the work edited by Karen Miller (at least according to WorldCat).
Elizabeth Martinez, David Shipler, and Shelby Steele are among the contributors who explore how Americans of different races perceive and relate to one another. Chapters include: What Is the State of Race Relations in America? Is Racism a Serious Problem? How Should Policymakers Respond to Minorities' Concerns? How Can Race Relations Be Improved?
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Presents various articles which discuss opposing viewpoints about the current state of race relations in America, the seriousness of racism, how policymakers should respond to minority concerns, and how race relations can be improved.