From the radio
and newspaper commentator whom The New York Times described as
an "intellectual brawler sometimes called the black Rush
Limbaugh" comes an outrageous, thoughtful, heartfelt work.
"The Black Avenger," Ken Hamblin insists that America works
for anyone who is willing to seize this country's
opportunities, remain diligent, and commit to traditional
values of right and wrong.
perspective, all black Americans today share this opportunity.
They are no longer victims, and white people should stop
feeling guilty about the past.
that "a white person wouldn't get away with," Hamblin
criticizes several targets.