|Author||Murphy, Raymond John, 1926- ed. |
|Title||Problems & prospects of the Negro movement, edited by Raymond J. Murphy and Howard Elinson. |
|Published||Belmont, Calif., Wadsworth Pub. Co.  |
|Description||440 p. illus. 23 cm. |
|Series||Wadsworth continuing education series |
|Bib. Note||Bibliography: p. 437-440. Includes bibliographical references. |
|Formatted Note||Contents: The Negro in America, 1965 / Newsweek Magazine -- What whites think of Negroes / William Brink and Louis Harris -- The Negro is prejudiced against himself / Eric Hoffer -- Should there be "compensation" for Negroes? / Whitney M. Young and Kyle Haselden -- The world of the urban lower-class Negro / St. Clair Drake and Horace R. Cayton -- The Negro American family / U.S. Department of Labor -- Racial inequality in employment : the patterns of discrimination / Herbert Hill -- Progress and prospects for the Negro worker / Herman P. Miller -- The employment of Negroes : some demographic considerations / U.S. Department of Labor -- The facts of de facto / Time Magazine -- The Negro and the school / Charles E. Silberman -- The significance of early environment / Benjamin Bloom -- Resistance to school desegregation : a case study of backlash among Jews / Kurt Lang and Gladys Engel Lang -- The protest against housing segregation / Loren Miller -- Housing and neighborhood : problems in integration / Nathan Glazer and Daniel Patrick Moynihan --|
Negro American crime / Thomas F. Pettigrew -- Urban racial violence in the United States : changing ecological considerations / Allen D. Grimshaw -- Unlawful police violence / U.S. Commission on Civil Rights -- Postscript on the Los Angeles riots / Raymond J. Murphy -- Assimilation in America : theory and reality / Milton M. Gordon -- Reflections of a writer / Ralph Ellison -- The appeals and challenges of the black nationalist movement / E.U. Essien-Udom -- My Negro problem- and ours / Norman Podhoretz -- "Society" : status without substance / E. Franklin Frazier -- The civil rights movement in American history / Martin Oppenheimer and George Lakey -- Problems of the Negro movement / Tom Kahn -- "Creative disorder" in the racial struggle / Arthur I. Waskow -- Civil rights activity and reduction in crime among Negroes / Frederic Solomon, Walter L. Walker, Garrett J. O'Connor, and Jacob R. Fishman -- Radicalism and the Negro movement / Howard Elinson --
The Negro in city politics / Edward C. Banfield and James Q. Wilson -- The politics of race / Samuel Lubell -- From protest to politics : the future of the civil rights movement / Bayard Rustin -- The civil rights acts of 1964 and 1965.
|Subjects||African Americans. |
United States -- Race relations.
|Other Authors||Elinson, Howard, joint ed. |
|LC Card Number||66-23085//r872|
|Call Number/Copies|| |
| ||WRHS Research Library: E 185.615 M978|
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