Negro politicians; the rise of Negro politics in Chicago, by Harold F. Gosnell. With an introduction by James Q. Wilson.


Chicago, University of Chicago Press [1967] .

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Subjects African Americans -- Illinois -- Chicago -- Politics and government.
African Americans -- Politics and government.
Chicago (Ill.) -- Politics and government -- To 1950.
Illinois -- Chicago.
Politics and government
Description xix, 396 pages maps, portraits 21 cm
Copyright Date [1967]
Notes "Originally published in 1935."
Includes bibliographical references.
Anisfield-Wolf Book Award, 1936.
Contents The Negro in American politics -- The "Black belt" as a political battle-ground -- Mayor Thompson, the "second Lincoln" -- Racial candidates for elective office -- The parts of the Negro political machine -- The underworld and politics -- The machine at work -- Edward H. Wright, the iron master -- Oscar DePriest, militant organizer -- Negroes in appointive positions -- Civil service positions -- Negro police officers -- Negro teachers -- Negroes in the Chicago post-office -- Negroes and Communism -- Summary: Negroes as a political power.
Geographic Area Illinois
Network Numbers (OCoLC)478720
(OCoLC)ocm00478720
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WorldCat Identities Gosnell, Harold F. 1896-1997.
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