The Negro's Journey to the City--Part I

Newman, Dorothy K.
May 1965
Monthly Labor Review;May65, Vol. 88 Issue 5, p502
Academic Journal
Part I. Evaluates the validity of assumptions regarding the economic aspirations and motivations of Afro-Americans. Results of Afro-American migration from the South in terms of jobs, housing and income; Indicators of motivation; Rate of the economic progress of Afro-Americans.


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