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|ISBN:||9780823232895 0823232891 9780823232918 0823232913|
|Description:||ix, 282 pages ; 24 cm|
|Contents:||To be a good American: the New York City Teachers Union and race during the Second World War / Clarence Taylor --
Cops, schools, and communism: local politics and global ideologies --
New York City in the 1950's / Barbara Ransby --
"Taxation without sanitation is tyranny": civil rights struggles over garbage collection in Brooklyn, New York, during the fall of 1962 / Brian Purnell --
Rochdale Village and the rise and fall of integrated housing in New York City / Peter Eisenstadt --
Conservative and liberal opposition to the New York City school-integration campaign / Clarence Taylor --
The dead end of despair: Bayard Rustin, the 1968 New York school crisis, and the struggle for racial justice / Daniel Perlstein --
The young lords and the social and structural roots Of late sixties urban radicalism / Johanna Fernandez --
"Brooklyn College belongs to us": Black students and the transformation of public higher education in New York City / Martha Biondi --
Racial events, diplomacy, and Dinkins's image / Wilbur C. Rich --
"One city, one standard": the struggle for equality in Rudolph Giuliani's New York / Jerald Podair.
|Responsibility:||edited by Clarence Taylor.|
"Several monographs on [this subject] have been written, but none rival this one in terms of breadth or depth." - Peter B. Levy, York College"