You hear the word "slave," and it conjures pictures of Black people in chains. Reduced to the condition of chattel, human property, while laboring for their "masters." This mis-representation is responsible for the continuing anger in Black people, and the continued frustration in White people, as to how to end the guilt and pain that the memory of "slavery" invokes. Both sides see a different picture of the same evil, and that is what is causing the simmering debate of race-relations in America to be avoided. Neither side can let this issue "rest," because neither side can see the truth behind the lie. This book reveals the brainwashing and political manueverings, that have affected the mindset of both races of people living side-by-side, but looking at America through different interpretations. Prisoners become "institutionalized" to their conditions of long-term imprisonment. So too, do their guards. Explore the unique conditioning of "generational-institutionalization," that has caused both Blacks and Whites in America, to be deceived for over 237-years since this country was founded.