The Negro and the city.

New York, Time-Life Books [1968] .

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Other Title Fortune. http://id.loc.gov/authorities/subjects/sh85050990
Subjects African Americans -- Economic conditions.
Industrie -- Aspect social -- États-Unis.
Industries -- Social aspects -- United States.
Industries -- Social aspects.
Noirs américains -- Conditions économiques.
United States.
Description 159 pages color illustrations 20 cm
Copyright Date [1968]
Notes "Adapted from a special issue [Jan. 1968] of Fortune on: Business and the urban crisis'."
Contents Introduction, by R.C. Weaver.--The deeper shame of the cities, by M. Ways.--The new Negro mood, by R. Beardwood.--Business reclaims human resources, by G. Burck.--More dollars and more diplomas, by E.K. Faltermayer.--The St. Louis economic blues, by W.S. Rukeyser.--The case against unions, by T. O'Hanlon.--"Our war was with the police department," by E. Carruth.--Systems engineering invades the city, by L. Lessing.--Mortgages for the slums, by W. McQuade.--What business can do for the cities, by the editors of Fortune.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)423451
(OCoLC)ocm00423451
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