Employment, Race, and Poverty: A critical study of the disadvantaged status of Negro Workers from 1865 to 1965

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Harbinger
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1967
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    In Employment, Race, and Poverty, a group of eminant educators and writers in the 1960's examines the record of employment practices, affecting the black worker-from the vantage points of the historian, the political scientist, the economist, the sociologist, the psychologist, and the expert in law and labor relations. 20 essays comprise 598 pages.