Black and African-American Studies: American Dilemma, the Negro Problem and Modern Democracy, Volume 2 (Google eBook)

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Transaction Publishers, 1944 - African Americans - 961 pages
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Contents

Inequality of Justice
524
The Police and Other Public Contacts
536
Courts Sentences and Prisons
548
Violence and Intimidation
559
The Basis of Social Inequality
574
Patterns of Social Segregation and Discrimination
606
Effects of Social Inequality
641
Caste and Class
668
The Negro Press
909
Institutions
928
NonInstitutional Aspects of the Negro Community
957
American Again at the Crossroads in the Negro Problem
998
A Methodological Note on Valuations and Beliefs
1028
A Methodological Note on Facts and Valuations in Social Science
1036
A Methodological Note on the Principle of Cumulation
1066
Note on the Meaning of Regional Terms as Used in This Book
1072

The Negro Class Structure
690
The American Pattern of Individual Leadership and Mass Passivity
710
Accommodating Leadership
721
The Negro Protest
737
The Protest Motive and Negro Personality
758
Compromise Leadership
769
Negro Popular Theories
782
Negro Improvement and Protest Organizations
811
The Negro Church
859
The Negro School
880
A Parallel to the Negro Problem
1074
PreWar Conditions of the Negro Wage Earner in Selected Industries and Occupations
1080
Distribution of Negro Residences in Selected Cities
1126
Research on Caste and Class in a Negro Community
1130
Research on Negro Leadership
1134
Quantitative Studies of Race Attitudes
1137
List of Books Pamphlets Periodicals and Other MAterial Referred to in This Book
1145
Numbered Footnotes
1336
Index
1442
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