The Negro's Journey to the City - Part II

Newman, Dorothy K.
June 1965
Monthly Labor Review;Jun65, Vol. 88 Issue 6, p644
Academic Journal
Part II. Looks at the economic status of Afro-Americans in 1965 compared with that of immigrants at the turn of the 20th century. Impact of production requirements in industry on employment opportunities for Afro-Americans; Social conditions of Afro-Americans in the 1960s; Immigration history in the U.S.; Employment of Asian immigrants in the U.S.


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