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    J. David Bowen
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    0448214342
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    978-0448214344
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    Grosset & Dunlap; Revised edition (1972)
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Discusses the causes, bases, evolution, and effects of racial attitudes in the United States and traces the history of the civil rights movement.

Discusses the causes, bases, evolution, and effects of racial attitudes in the United States and traces the history of the civil rights movement. ISBN13: 9780448262017. Release Date: January 1972.

Library descriptions. Discusses the causes, bases, evolution, and effects of racial attitudes in the United States and traces the history of the civil rights movement.

To have attempted a book for young people as comprehensive as this is admirable; so is the result. Whatever the reader's bias, this is a book to be grateful for in a time when so many young people are identifying with, and seeking answers about, the struggle of the Negro American. The author explores the history of the Negro in America from the first days of slavery (when not all Negroes were slaves) to the March, 1965, demonstrations in Selma, Alabama. Subsequent chapters deal with the legal, political, economic, scientific, ethical, and emotional (including sexual) dimensions of the color problem. Format: Unknown Binding. ISBN13: 9780448214344.

Published 1965 by Norton in New York. African Americans, Race relations, Juvenile literature, Protected DAISY, In library, Afro-Americans.

Home Browse Books Book details, Race Relations in the United .

Home Browse Books Book details, Race Relations in the United States, 1940-1960. Race Relations in the United States, 1940-1960. The first volumes in the Race Relations in the United States series include coverage of significant events, influential voices, race relations history, legislation, media influences, culture, and theories of intergroup interactions that have been evident in the twentieth century and related to race. Each volume covers two decades and encapsulates the state of race relations by decade. a standard format is followed per decade, allowing comparison of topics through the century.

Throughout the long, checkered history of race relations in the United .

Throughout the long, checkered history of race relations in the United States, one can clearly discern both man’s inestimable capacity for evil and the indomitable nature of his character. The history of the struggle between these two human faculties is written, not only in the blood of slaves and masters, but also in the Constitution of the United States and the decisions of the judicial body charged with the task of interpreting it. The Constitutional Convention. In an effort to gradually abolish slavery throughout the state, Pennsylvania enacted a law to prevent blacks from being forcibly removed from the state.

Discusses the causes, bases, evolution, and effects of racial attitudes in the United States and traces the history of the civil rights movement.