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Divided we stand : racism in America from Jamestown to Trump

Author: David R Morse
Publisher: Rochester, NY : Paramount Market Publishing, ©2017. 2017.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: David R Morse
ISBN: 1941688489 9781941688489
OCLC Number: 993534107
Description: 408 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
Contents: Part 1. White Americans: 1. The Anglo-Saxons ; 2. The Irish and Germans ; 3. The Italians and Jews ; 4. The integration of white folks ; 5. Cracks in the white wall --
Part 2. African Americans: 6. Slavery and the idea of the "superior" Caucasian race ; 7. Jim Crow and the Great Migration ; 8. From Civil Rights to Sister Souljah ; 9. The beginning and end of "post racial" America --
Part 3. Hispanic Americans: 10. Conquests ; 11. Cheap labor and mob violence ; 12. Double standards ; 13. The birth of the illegal immigrant ; 14. Immigration reform in theory; deportation in practice --
Part 4. Asian Americans: 15. Exotic Orientals and Chinese immigrants ; 16. The gentleman's agreement with Japan ; 17. East Indians and Filipinos ; 18. From aliens and allies to model minority --
Part 5. Race and Science: 19. Early racial thinking, Social Darwinism and eugenics ; 20. Modern genetics and anthropology take hold ; 21. The rise of the human genome ; 22. Racial classification and the U.S. Census --
Part 6. Where Are We Now? Where Are We Going?: 23. A new racial divide? ; 24. Race, economics and society ; 25. The present, the future.
Responsibility: David R. Morse.
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