Narrator Dana Stoutenburg delivers this important audiobook in a compelling and thoughtful tone that matches its content. Frost analyzes more than 200 years of examples in which individuals and groups have been deprived of their civil and political rights and even had their citizenship stripped. The work asks listeners to consider what it means to be American and how frighteningly easy it has been, at times, to take away rights--often on the basis of political whims and policies of exclusion and intolerance. Stoutenburg provides a well-paced delivery as he relates the personal stories, historical references, cultural implications, and present-day challenges. Timely and relevant, the audiobook asks vital questions about identity, connection, and power. K.S.M. © AudioFile 2021, Portland, Maine [Published: APRIL 2021]
Digital Download Beacon Press 2021
DD ISBN $28.00
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