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Black San Francisco: The Struggle for Racial Equality in the West, 1900-1954Albert S. Broussard
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In Black San Francisco, Albert Broussard explores race relations in a city where whites, for the most part, were outwardly civil to blacks while denying them employment opportunities and political power. Understanding the texture of the racial caste system, he argues, is critical to understanding why blacks made so little progress in employment, housing, and politics despite the absence of segregation laws.
Publisher: University Press of Kansas
- 978-0-7006-0684-9 (paper)