Racism Exposed In Richard Wright's View Of America

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Richard draws out some of the flaws he finds within America. His biggest issue that he has is that his country is very superficial and self deceptive, elements that concludes in intolerance and elimination. After Richard accepts that he shares these flaws of characters, he compares America to someone like him growing up and working through the growing pains of being a teen. Wright refers to the “too-young” America, and right after this quote he begins to call America childish and arrogant. Richard figures out these traits in America because he knows what it is like to be arrogant and childish himself. Inside of Richard’s, the problem of racism does not lay entirely in such private places as people minds. Fairly, it is a function of problems