The burden of race; a documentary history of Negro-white relations in America.


[1st ed.].. New York, Harper and Row [1967] .

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Subjects African Americans -- History -- Sources.
African Americans.
Dokument.
Geschichte.
Race relations.
Rassismus.
Schwarze.
USA.
United States -- Race relations.
United States.
Description xvi, 654 pages 22 cm
Copyright Date [1967]
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 637-641).
Also issued online.
Contents Section 1. Slavery: world of sorrow, world of toil. -- 1. The slave trade -- 2. The law of bondage and its practice -- 3. Attitudes toward slavery in Colonial America -- Section 2. Pariahs: free Negroes. -- 1. Prejudice and exclusion -- 2. Urban poverty -- 3. Early-nineteenth century American racism -- 4. Negro resistance to expatriation -- 5. Judicial exclusion. -- Section 3. Conflicting ideologies: Abolitionism vs. Proslavery. -- 1. Slavery and the Bible. -- 2. Slavery and democracy. -- 3. Environmentalists and racists. -- Section 4. The unfulfilled revolution -- 1. Republicanism and the Negro. -- 2. Reconstruction -- 3. Northern attitudes toward the freemen. -- Section 5. An era of hate and violence. -- 1. Disfranchisement of the Negro. -- 2. The convict-lease system. -- 3. Rule by violence. -- 4. The literature of Negro inferiority. -- 5. The role of the Supreme Court. -- 6. The Negro stereotype. -- Section 6. Voices of protest, moderation, accommodation. -- 1. Shifting mood and tactics. -- 2. Interracial involvement -- 3. Early organizations in the South. -- Section 7. The Ghetto. -- 1. Conditions in the ghetto. -- 2. Marcus Garveys Universal Negro Improvement Association. -- 3. Racial conflict. -- 4. The revival of the Ku Klux Klan. -- 5. The Negro artists and his reception. -- Section 8. The Roosevelt Era: a time of trial, a time of hope. -- 1. The Negro poor. -- 2. Finding a way out. -- 3. The diffusion of leadership. -- 4. F.D.R. and Civil Rights. -- 5. The war years. -- Section 9. The postwar years: the spirit says do -- 1. The first steps. -- 2. Resistance and repression. -- 3. Revolution. -- 4. The Kennedy and Johnson administrations. -- 5. The Negro community in the sixties.
Genre History.
Sources.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)422620
(OCoLC)ocm00422620
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Osofsky, Gilbert, 1935-1974.
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