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The color of race in America, 1900-1940

Author: Matthew Pratt Guterl
Publisher: Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard University Press, 2001.
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"With the social change brought on by the Great Migration of African Americans into the urban northeast after the Great War came the surge of a biracial sensibility that made America different from other Western nations. How white and black people thought about race and how both groups understood and attempted to define and control the demographic transformation are the subjects of this new book by a rising star in  Read more...
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Guterl, Matthew Pratt, 1970-
Color of race in America, 1900-1940.
Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard University Press, 2001
(OCoLC)606647613
Named Person: W E B Du Bois; Madison Grant; Daniel F Cohalan; Jean Toomer
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Matthew Pratt Guterl
ISBN: 0674006151 9780674006157 0674010124 9780674010123
OCLC Number: 45963240
Description: ix, 234 p. : ill., maps ; 25 cm.
Contents: 1. Salvaging a Shipwrecked World --
2. Bleeding the Irish White --
3. Against the White Leviathan --
4. Hypnotic Division of America.
Responsibility: Matthew Pratt Guterl.
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"With the social change brought on by the Great Migration of African Americans into the urban northeast after the Great War came the surge of a biracial sensibility that made America different from other Western nations. How white and black people thought about race and how both groups understood and attempted to define and control the demographic transformation are the subjects of this new book by a rising star in American history."--BOOK JACKET.

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