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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Ross, Arthur Max.
Employment, race, and poverty.
New York, Harcourt, Brace & World, 1967]
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Arthur M Ross; Herbert Hill; University of California, Berkeley. Institute of Industrial Relations.
|Notes:||One of the series of books from the four-year program of research and conferences on the subject of unemployment and the American economy supported by a Ford Foundation grant to the Institute of Industrial Relations at the Berkeley campus of the University of California.|
|Description:||ix, 598 pages 21 cm|
|Contents:||The Negro in the American economy / Arthur M. Ross --
Negroes in a changing labor market / Charles C. Killingsworth --
Regions, race, and jobs / Vivian W. Henderson --
Bringin' up the rear / Paul Jacobs --
Sex, status, and underemployment of the Negro male / Kenneth B. Clark --
Culture, class, and family life among low-income urban Negroes / Hylan Lewis --
Civil rights strategies for Negro employment / August Meier --
Riots, ghettos, and the "Negro revolt" / William F. Soskin --
The economics of protest / Michael Harrington --
How management views its race relations responsibilities / George Strauss --
Industry's racial employment policies / Herbert R. Northup --
Negro employment in Birmingham: three cases / Richard L. Rowan --
Government and equal employment opportunity / Samuel Krislov --
The racial practices of organized labor--the age of Gompers and after / Herbert Hill --
The AFL-CIO and the Negro / John E. Hutchinson --
The guidance of Negro youth / Eli Ginzberg and Dale L. Hiestand. Job training through adult education : a second chance for the Negro and the community / Albert A. Blum and Charles T. Schmidt --
The law and racial discrimination in employment / Sanford Jay Rosen --
Fair employment practice laws--experience, effects, prospects / Paul H. Norgren --
Will the Negro succeed? / Arthur M. Ross.
|Responsibility:||Edited by Arthur M. Ross and Herbert Hill.|