Jacoby...Senior Fellow at the Manhattan Institute
for Policy Research
Tamar Jacoby has been writing about race and other
social issues for over 20 years. In addition she has
taught courses on race relations and American foreign
policy at Yale, the Cooper Union for Science and Art,
and the New School for Social Research.
is the author of Someone Else's House, which
chronicles the efforts to achieve integration in three
major cities: New York in the 60s, Detroit in the
70s and Atlanta in the 80s.