Synopses & Reviews
How has race determined the course of American history? From the Revolution to the New Deal, from the Civil War to World War II, race has been at the center of virtually every national turning point. In a brilliant book, Michael Goldfield doggedly documents the persistence of racism in the American nation through a penetrating assessment of racism in the labor movement.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 365-387) and index.
About the Author
Michael Goldfield teaches at the College of Urban Labor and Metropolitan Affairs at Wayne State University in Detroit.