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Racism; a casebook,

Author: Frederick R Lapides; David J Burrows
Publisher: New York, Crowell [1971]
Series: Crowell casebooks in paperback.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Frederick R Lapides; David J Burrows
ISBN: 0690666667 9780690666663
OCLC Number: 120396
Description: viii, 305 pages 22 cm.
Contents: From Heredity, race, and society, by L.C. Dunn and T. Dobzhansky.--Prejudice and the young child, by G.W. Allport.--The prejudiced personality, by G.W. Allport.--The Negro question, by A. Einstein.--The two worlds of race: a historical view, by J.H. Franklin.--Facets of the Negro problem, by G. Myrdal.--The ethics of living Jim Crow, by R. Wright.--From Sex and racism in America, by C.C. Hernton.--Black and white: the ghetto inside, by K.B. Clark.--Unemployment, family structure, and social disorganization. Comparing the immigrant and Negro experience. By National Advisory Commission on Civil Disorders.--Mood: Project C, by L. Bennett, Jr.--From Black nationalism: a search for identity, by E.U. Essien-Udom.--From The autobiography of Malcolm X, by Malcolm X with A. Haley.--Bright and morning star, by R. Wright.--Going to meet the man, by J. Baldwin.--Black is my favorite color, by B. Malamud.--In darkness and confusion, by A. Petry.--Everything that rises must converge, by F. O'Connor.--Son in the afternoon, by J.A. Williams.--Topics for writing projects.--Bibliography (p. 303-305).
Series Title: Crowell casebooks in paperback.
Responsibility: edited by Frederick R. Lapides [and] David J. Burrows.

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