Black Authors : Review of Henry Giroux's: Youth in a Suspect Society

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    Sunday 13 September 2009

    Review of Henry Giroux's: Youth in a Suspect Society
    http://www.truthout.org/091309A?n
    Tolu Olorunda, The Black Commentator: "It need not be said, though I find it necessary to restate, that Henry Giroux is one of the most important public servants the last 100 years have produced. In his expansive three decade plus academic career, Henry has written over 35 books, contributed to countless scholarly journals, and received numerous educational honors. But perhaps what most makes this former high school basketball star distinct is his tireless advocacy on behalf of the frail, the vulnerable, the disposable."
     
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