Name Instructor Course Date The Racial Contract In the book “The Racial Contract” by Charles W. Mills argues that the root of racism is based upon a social contract and not necessarily a result of individuals who are considered to be inferior or attributed an inferiority complex on the basis of their skin color. This argument is hinged on the premise of white supremacy whereby European way or the other. The quotes mentioned above attempt to state that white supremacy appears to be an ever-evolving problem that continues to bedevil society at least in the context where white privilege manifests itself. Also the statements appear to suggest that white privilege can greatly undermine social political and moral environments or ideologies. Works Cited Mills Charles.W. The Racial Contract. Cornell University Press 1997. [...]
300- 400 word seminar on chapter 3 of "The Racial Contract" by Charles W. Mills. You must do the following: 1. What is author's argument? 2. What are the supporting points? 3. Quotes that support my interpretation of author's argument ( 1-2 quotes per argument), what do I think is the strongest thing said? 4. Intro covers main argument & breifly touch on main 3 arguments; each argument is a paragraph, 5. What are they ACTUALLY tryng to say? 6. Three long, detailed questions that lead the discussion to my interpretation Quotes from the book do not count against the word limit.