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With the publication of 1992s In My Fathers House, Kwame Anthony Appiah claimed his place at the forefront of African-American literary and cultural studies. A professor of philosophy at Princeton, he discusses how Western intellectuals and leaders have exaggerated the power of difference while neglecting the power of commonality. Series: Walter H. Capps Center Series [3/2006] [Humanities] [Show ID: 11468]