This Article concentrates on problems of black businessmen rather than those of all minority businessmen for 3 reasons: first, there are more statistics on the business and other aspects of black economic life than on other nonwhite minorities; secondly, the available statistics suggest that black Americans rank lowest on the totem pole of business activity in this country--lower than any other nonwhite minority except perhaps for American Indians; thirdly, many of the solutions suggested for remedying the problems of black business enterprise would apply to the similar problems that other minority groups have encountered.
Flournoy A. Coles, Jr.,
The Unique Problems of the Black Businessman,
26 Vanderbilt Law Review
Available at: https://scholarship.law.vanderbilt.edu/vlr/vol26/iss3/8