Ronald Takaki's A Different Mirror

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Society puts a perception on the people who make up our world today, whether it is because of their race, class, or gender. Ronald Takaki wrote a book called “A Different Mirror” and it conveys the idea of Institutionalized Discrimination and American history. As an audience, various ethnic groups that make up the United States are characterized into Takaki’s book. These subpopulations of the United States are being mistreated and prejudiced against by society and its institutions as a whole. Ronald Takaki was able to provide a story through his medium of art, which will connect and be portrayed to people who were and are still being discriminated against in the world today. Society has a constricted but extensive intellect of the past. In

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