The declining significance of race : Blacks and changing American institutions / William Julius Wilson.
By: Wilson, William J.Material type: TextPublisher: Chicago : University of Chicago Press, 1978Description: xii, 204 p. ; 23 cm.ISBN: 0226901289; 9780226901282.Report number: 77010551Subject(s): United States -- Race relations | African Americans -- Economic conditions | African Americans -- Social conditions | African Americans Economic conditions | African Americans Social conditions | United States Race relationsDDC classification: 301.45/1/0973 Other classification: 71.62 | MS 3450 | NW 2708
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Bibliography: p. 185-196.
From racial oppression to economic class subordination -- Slavery and plantation hegemony -- Segregation and the rise of the white working class -- Industrial expansion and dispersed racial conflict -- Modern industrialization and the alteration of competitive race relations -- Protests, politics, and the changing Black class structure -- The declining significance of race.