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|Class, Race, Gender & Crime (4th ed.)|
- high infant mortality
- limited access to health care
- crushing poverty
- inadequate schools
- crime-racked neighborhoods
- presence of toxic waste
The Irish potato famine of the nineteenth century comes readily to mind. Policies set in England resulted in shortages of food in Ireland; hunger, aided by diseases that run rampant in malnourished groups, terminated lives on a large scale.
They, the so-called criminals and their youthful followers, expect nothing beneficial from the white world, and they see no reason for hope in their own. Hence, like caged animals, they strike at what is nearest them -- their own people.
They are actually trying to kill a situation they hate, unaware that even in this, they are serving the white man well.
For the whites need not go all out for “genocide” schemes, for which they are often charged, when blacks are killing themselves off daily on such a large scale (1987:325).