The Negro Problem: A Prognosis

Myrdal, Gunnar
July 1962
New Republic;7/9/62, Vol. 147 Issue 2, p11
Discusses the African American problem and predicts developments in the race situation in the U.S. Reason behind the lack of improvement of the conditions of African Americans in Southern U.S. after the Reconstruction; Advances in addressing the African American problem; Factors that will help improve the status of African Americans; Prediction that in the future there will be no African American universities; Significance of economic growth in the eliminating discrimination against African Americans in the labor market.


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