A Practical Guide to Racism

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A Practical Guide to Racism
Author Sam Means
Country USA
Language English
Genre Satire
humor
Publisher Gotham Books
Publication date
December 27, 2007
Media type Hardback
Pages 224 pp (1st edition)
ISBN 1-59240-348-4
OCLC 152580699

A Practical Guide to Racism is a 2007 humorous satirical book written by Sam Means[1][2][3] under the pseudonym C.H. Dalton. The book is similar to the Douglas Sutherland book The English Gentleman, in that it is constructed as a "guide" to the behaviors of various social groups (in this case ethnic races) built entirely out of stereotypes associated with said groups. It reached number 8 on the LA Times Bestseller list shortly after its release.[4]

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