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The first essay, the book's namesake, traces the origins of the "Ghetto" African American culture to the culture of. .Sowell argues that the black ghetto culture is actually a highly dysfunctional white southern redneck culture which existed during the antebellum South.
The first essay, the book's namesake, traces the origins of the "Ghetto" African American culture to the culture of Scotch-Irish Americans in the Antebellum South. The second essay, "Are Jews Generic?", discusses middleman minorities; while "The Real History of Slavery" discusses the timeline of abolition of slavery and serfdom. The last three essays discuss the history of Germany, African-American education, and criticism of multiculturalism.