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The Harder We Run: Black Workers Since The Civil War
The Harder We Run: Black Workers since the Civil War
Traces the history of the Black working class in America and argues that racism and federal indifference are largely responsible for Black unemployment and poverty.
Specifications of The Harder We Run: Black Workers since the Civil War
|Author||William H. Harris|
|Publisher||Oxford University Press|
|Number Of Pages||272|
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