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"In Member of the Club. Graham writes of] heartbreaking ironies and contradictions, indignities and betrayals in the life of an upper-class black man." --Philadelphia Inquirer
"Lawrence Graham Surely knows about the pressures of being beholden to two very different groups." --Los Angeles Times
Lawrence Otis Graham is a popular commentator on race and ethnicity. The author of ten other books, his work has appeared in New York magazine, the New York Times and The Best American Essays.
“All these essays are well written and offer food for thought. Recommended.”
“Shrewd observations...compelling and provocative.”
“(Graham writes of) heartbreaking ironies and contradictions, indignities and betrayals in the life of an upper-class black man.”
“This clear-eyed account should be required reading for all Americans.”