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Going North: Migration of Blacks and Whites from the South, 1900—1950
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age structure Arnett black net migration black tenants blacks and whites boll weevil infestation capitalist development caused census Compromise of 1877 cotton acreage cotton prices cotton production counties crop lien decade decreased depression dummy variable economic expanding factors Farm Bureau farmers FarmersO Union implies in-migration increase Jim Crow laws labor land landlord major measure mechanization merchants migration of blacks migration rate negative North number of black number of farms number of tenants number of tractors Oklahoma opportunities out-migration rate ownership percentage change period plantation planters political population Populist positive price of cotton production and exchange race radical Republicans rates of blacks relations of production Republican rural Saloutos sharecroppers small farm owners social relations South Carolina southern agriculture southern Democrats Stampp statistically significant effects subsidy payments survival rates Table tenant farming tenantry Texas tion urban weighted least squares white migration white net migration white tenants Woodward