White Supremacy: A Comparative Study of American and South African History
In this first comparative history of race relations in the United States and South Africa, George M. Fredrickson uncovers parallels and differences in the origin and expression of white supremacy in the two countries.
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SETTLEMENT AND SUBJUGATION 16001840
THE RISE OF RACIAL SLAVERY IN THE SOUTH
HI RACE MIXTURE AND THE COLOR LINE
LIBERTY UNION AND WHITE SUPREMACY
INDUSTRIALISM WHITE LABOR
CHRONOLOGY OF MAJOR EVENTS
The American Colonies on the Eve of the Revolution 26
South Africa in the Nineteenth Century 174
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