A Practical Guide to Racism

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A Practical Guide to Racism
Author Sam Means
Country USA
Language English
Genre Satire
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]