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Wilson, William J., 1935-
The declining significance of race : Blacks and changing American institutions / William Julius Wilson
Third edition
Chicago ; London : University of Chicago Press, ©2012
book jacket
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 3rd Floor  E185 .W73 2012    AVAILABLE
Subject United States -- Race relations
Subject(s) African Americans -- Economic conditions
African Americans -- Social conditions
Physical Description xii, 271 pages ; 22 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references (p. 247-261) and index
Contents From racial oppression to economic class subordination -- Slavery and plantation hegemony -- Segregation and the rise of the white working class -- Industrial expansion and dispersed racial conflict -- Modern industrialization and the alteration of competitive race relations -- Protests, politics, and the changing black class structure -- The declining significance of race -- Epilogue: race, class, and public policy -- Afterword: the declining significance of race, revisited and revised

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