Life on the Back Side of the Sport of Kings is the third of three intriguing books written by James Wright that probe into the heart of America's apartheid consciousness. It is about broken promises and old cliques America has made and still purports to make to African Americans and Native Americans. More importantly, this tome is about how these attitudes are beginning to manifest themselves in the institutional and social systems in this country. James Wright's research, observations and personal commentary show that there are serious perils attacking the core fabric of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness for most African Americans that are still t fully understood or accepted by America. Yet, these perils present clear and present dangers whether people live in the inner cities, the suburbs or rural America. Some of the intriguing issues covered in Life on the Back Side of the Sport of Kings, American Apartheid, The Never Ending Saga include: Why do African American women continue to form the foundation of the black family and why do black men continue to be the target of America's aggression and animosity? Why do African Americans believe that America's criminal justice system poses one of the gravest threats to their right to life, liberty and the pursuit of freedom? Why is racial hatred against African Americans and Jews still rising in the U.S.A.? Why is American history so distorted as it relates to blacks and other mirities? What is the genesis of black self-hatred and how do whites still use certain methods to perpetuate this condition among blacks today?