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From the PublisherA sophisticated treatment of the interplay between class and race that moves the discussion into rich, new areas.
Local history at its best.
(American Historical Review)
This solid and satisfying work is one of the few to examine the social foundations and political efforts of [African American] middle-class groups without romanticizing their achievements or lamenting their limitations.
(Journal of American History)
We have Janette Thomas Greenwood to thank for helping to initiate the discussion of postwar race and class relations, uncovering new information on the postwar black community, and suggesting the rich potential of the sources.
(Journal of Social History)