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Race and poverty; the economics of discrimination, edited by John F. Kain.

By: Kain, John F [compiler.].
Material type: TextTextSeries: Modern economic issues: Publisher: Englewood Cliffs, N.J., Prentice-Hall [1969]Description: vi, 186 pages 22 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 0137500343; 9780137500345; 0137500262; 9780137500260.Subject(s): African Americans -- Economic conditions | Race discrimination -- United StatesAdditional physical formats: Online version:: Race and poverty.DDC classification: 330.973 Other classification: MS 3530
Contents:
Race and poverty : the economics of discrimination / John F. Kain -- Social and economic conditions of Negroes in the United States / Bureau of Labor Statistics, Bureau of the Census -- The Negro American family (the Moynihan Report) / Office of Policy Planning and Research, United States Department of Labor -- Decline in the relative income of Negro men / Alan B. Batchelder -- Investment in the human resources of Negroes / Barbara R. Bergmann -- The economic cost of discrimination / Council of Economic Advisers -- On the cost of being a Negro / Paul M. Siegel -- The changing position of Negro workers / Dale L. Hiestand -- Employing Negroes in urban labor markets / Walter H. Powell -- Racial inequality in employment : the patterns of discrimination / Herbert Hill -- The Negro in the national economy / Andrew F. Brimmer -- The Negro as an immigrant group : recent trends in racial and ethnic segregation in Chicago / Karl E. Taeuber and Alma F. Taeuber -- Price discrimination against Negroes in the rental housing market / Chester Rapkin -- The ghetto makers / Jack Rothman -- White attitudes toward the Negro / Paul B. Sheatsley -- Breaking the vicious circle. William Brink and Louis Harris -- Recommendations for national action / The Kerner Commission -- Industrial investment in urban poverty areas / Robert F. Kennedy -- Capital in the ghettos / Richard M. Nixon -- Alternatives to the gilded ghetto / John F. Kain and Joseph J. Persky -- Desegregated housing : who pays for the reformers' ideal? / Frances Fox Piven and Richard A. Cloward.
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"A Spectrum book."

Includes bibliographical references.

Race and poverty : the economics of discrimination / John F. Kain -- Social and economic conditions of Negroes in the United States / Bureau of Labor Statistics, Bureau of the Census -- The Negro American family (the Moynihan Report) / Office of Policy Planning and Research, United States Department of Labor -- Decline in the relative income of Negro men / Alan B. Batchelder -- Investment in the human resources of Negroes / Barbara R. Bergmann -- The economic cost of discrimination / Council of Economic Advisers -- On the cost of being a Negro / Paul M. Siegel -- The changing position of Negro workers / Dale L. Hiestand -- Employing Negroes in urban labor markets / Walter H. Powell -- Racial inequality in employment : the patterns of discrimination / Herbert Hill -- The Negro in the national economy / Andrew F. Brimmer -- The Negro as an immigrant group : recent trends in racial and ethnic segregation in Chicago / Karl E. Taeuber and Alma F. Taeuber -- Price discrimination against Negroes in the rental housing market / Chester Rapkin -- The ghetto makers / Jack Rothman -- White attitudes toward the Negro / Paul B. Sheatsley -- Breaking the vicious circle. Supplementary statistical tables / William Brink and Louis Harris -- Recommendations for national action / The Kerner Commission -- Industrial investment in urban poverty areas / Robert F. Kennedy -- Capital in the ghettos / Richard M. Nixon -- Alternatives to the gilded ghetto / John F. Kain and Joseph J. Persky -- Desegregated housing : who pays for the reformers' ideal? / Frances Fox Piven and Richard A. Cloward.

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