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Working toward whiteness : how America's immigrants became white : the strange j
David R. Roediger
Adult Nonfiction HD8072 .R77 2005

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ContentsPage
Part I - Seeing Race in New Immigrant History
1 - New Immigrants, Race, and "Ethnicity" in the Long Early Twentieth Centuryp. 3
2 - Popular Language, Social Practice, and the Messiness of Racep. 35
Part II - "Inbetweenness"
3 - "The Burden of Proof Rests with Him": New Immigrants and the Structures of Racial Inbetweennessp. 57
4 - Inside the Wail: New Immigrant Racial Consciousnessp. 93
Part III - Entering the White House
5 - "A Vast Amount of Coercion": The Ironies of Immigration Restrictionp. 133
6 - Finding Homes in an Era of Restrictionp. 157
7 - A New Deal, an Industrial Union, and a White House: What the New Immigrant Got Intop. 199
Afterword: The Houses We've Lived in and the Workings of Whitenessp. 235
Acknowledgmentsp. 245
Notesp. 249
Indexp. 321


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