A portrait of two important black social scientists and a broader history of race relations, this important work captures the vitality and chaos of post-war politics in New York, recasting the story of the civil rights movement.
About the Authors
College and CUNY Graduate Center. David Rosner is Professor of History and Public Health at Columbia University and Co-Director of the Program in the History of Public Health and Medicine. Their earlier publications include Deadly Dust: Silicosis and the Politics ofOccupational Disease in Twentieth-Century America (1994); Slaves of the Depression: Workers' Letters about Life onthe Job (1987); and Dying for Work: Workers' Safety andHealth in Twentieth Century America (1989).
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