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Explore American’s invisible caste system with this powerful summary and companion guide.

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With a powerful and eye-opening examination of American society, this practical summary and companion guide for Caste: The Origins of Our Discontent by Isabel Wilkerson breaks down the invisible divides and class systems that lurk under the surface of our modern world.

Through clear examples and argumentation, Wilkinson seeks to look at America’s race problem through a new lens, identifying them, exploring how they came to be, and providing valuable insights into how society can work together to end them.

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